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NoSQL with Grails

12th December 2013 in London at The Crypt, St James Church Clerkenwell

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In this talk, the NoSQL we will use is Mongo, and will go over the various options to create a robust multi-database Grails app with Mongo and a traditional RDBMS.

One of the biggest changes in data storage has been to go from soley Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) database - web systems, to mix mode systems. Where you can have the web tier plus a traditional RDBS system, and a NoSQL system when performance matters. One of the challenges is determining not only how to lay out the system but also how to write the code with Grails.

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NoSQL with Grails

Joseph Nusairat

Joseph Faisal Nusairat, author of Beginning JBoss Seam and co-author Beginning Groovy & Grails, is a Java developer who worked full time in the Columbus Ohio area for 11 years before relocating to his new home of always sunny Phoenix Arizona.

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In this talk, the NoSQL we will use is Mongo, and will go over the various options to create a robust multi-database Grails app with Mongo and a traditional RDBMS.

One of the biggest changes in data storage has been to go from soley Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) database - web systems, to mix mode systems. Where you can have the web tier plus a traditional RDBS system, and a NoSQL system when performance matters. One of the challenges is determining not only how to lay out the system but also how to write the code with Grails.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

NoSQL with Grails

Joseph Nusairat

Joseph Faisal Nusairat, author of Beginning JBoss Seam and co-author Beginning Groovy & Grails, is a Java developer who worked full time in the Columbus Ohio area for 11 years before relocating to his new home of always sunny Phoenix Arizona.