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Boost your Java Enterprise Stack with MongoDB


* Boost your Java Enterprise Stack with MongoDB, Bernd Zuther & Christian Kroemer, comSysto

Abstract of the talk: 

If you want to use MongoDB in the Java Enterprise World you have to address two questions.

The first one is: Should I use the native driver or should I use a persistence framework? Spring is a common framework in many Java applications. It has created a very good object-document-mapping framework with Spring Data for MongoDB. It is easy to integrate into new and existing Java applications.

The second question is: How can I ensure my deliverables against error? So you need a testing framework. NoSQLUnit is such a framework that helps you to write tests against a real MongoDB Server or an in-memory clone like Fongo. 

This talk will cover Spring Data and NoSQLUnit. It will give a basic overview about what things are useful before you can deploy your application, e.g. in a cloud service like MongoSoup. 


comSysto GmbH is going to support the meeting with location & drinks.

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