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Hello,

Welcome Authors !!

It has been a few yrs now I have been using Spring Framework, but each and every time I read new posts/books, I find myself to discover something new !!

Just went through the ToC of your book. Feeling excited to know that it contains topics on Mongo DB integration.

Curious to know a little more : What it covers specifically to Restful services & Mongo integration ? Are there any modules to integrate with any other no-sql DB(specifically in Big Data family) ?


Thanks much.
 
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Hi Chintan,

Spring Data chapter of the book covers using Spring Data MongoDB project for interacting with a MongoDB database. Spring Data consists of multiple projects targeting different types of data stores. For instance, you can use Spring Data Redis for interacting with Redis, Spring Data DynamoDB for interacting with DynamoDB, and so on. You can find the supported NoSQL data stores on the home page of Spring Data project.

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