Spring Data: Modern Data Access for Enterprise Java (Jon Brisbin, et al)

 
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Spring Data: Modern Data Access for Enterprise Java (Jon Brisbin, et al)

When working with relational databases, Java enterprise application developers have a variety of data access frameworks to select from. But what do you use when working with more recent technologies like Hadoop and NoSQL databases? This book demonstrates how you can connect to relational, non-relational, or hybrid databases using Spring's data access architecture.

You'll see how the steep learning curve for developing applications using newer data access technologies is significantly lowered by Spring Data's well-known and reliable programming style. You'll also learn how to use Spring Data's enhanced JPA and JDBC support to write RDBMS-based data access layers more quickly.

Although relational database technologies are still widely used in businesses, they are no longer regarded as a universally applicable solution. This book demonstrates how to widen your range of choices.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
  • At Brookhaven National Laboratory, Dr. Mark Pollack worked on big data solutions for high-energy physics. He later transitioned to the financial services sector to work as a technical lead or architect for front office trading systems.
  • Oliver Gierke is an engineer and the project lead for the Spring Data JPA, MongoDB, and core module at SpringSource, a division of VMware. 
  • Thomas develops integration for the many frameworks and languages offered by the Cloud Foundry project in the VMware Cloud Foundry team.
  • As a member of the SpringSource Spring Data team, Jon Brisbin focuses on giving developers practical tools that make it easier to manipulate data in the future.
  • Michael Hunger has a lengthy history of having a deep love for software development. He has a keen interest in software developers, software craftsmanship, programming languages, and the advancement of code.
Published
Published Date / Year
(November, 2012, est.)
Hardcover
150 pages
eBook Format
Online, HTML
ISBN-10
1-4493-2395-2
ISBN-13
978-1-4493-2395-0

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