Red Hat
Jan 13, 2015
by arungupta

Hibernate OGM Hibernate OGM brings the power and simplicity of JPA for NoSQL datastores.

It provides one standard way to access a variety of NoSQL datastores such as Infinispan, Ehcache, MongoDB, Neo4J. And support for others is coming. It even allows rich querying capabilities and convert them into datastore-specific query (if supported). You can even mix/match Persistence Unit in persistence.xml for a RBDMS and NoSQL datastore.

This hanginar (#1, #2, #3) with Emmanuel Bernard (@emmanuelbernard) shows how to get started with Hibernate OGM. It specifically addresses the following questions:

  • What NoSQL datastores are supported?
  • Can I build support for other datastores?
  • What application servers can it run on?
  • Do I need Hibernate for it, or does it work with EclipseLink?
  • Can I have a SQL and NoSQL PU in persistence.xml and access them from Java EE application?
  • Can I use this in Java SE applications?

Learn everything about Hibernate OGM at hibernate.org/ogm/.

Enjoy!

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