Java and MongoDB
We will be delving into NOSQL with MongoDB.Jeff Yemin will talk about mapping Java objects to/from MongoDB.
Using Morphia as a data persistence bridge makes working with data in Java exceedingly easy with MongoDB. In this session we will take a look at... examples of how to customize persistence and common data access patterns like Morphia's Datastore and DAO abstractions. On the more advanced side of things we will discuss life-cycle methods and how to extend Morphia in your own application or framework; these techniques can also be used to help with data migration and schema changes when changing your Javadomain objects.
Jeff Yemin is an engineering manager at 10gen, responsible for the MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS) and for all things Java-related. Prior to 10gen, he was Director of Content Management Systems at MTV Networks. At MTV, Jeff chose MongoDB as the data store for a new unified Java-based content management system (CMS), and was a beta tester of MMS.