[wildfly-dev] update on WildFly NoSQL prototype integration...
emmanuel at hibernate.org
Tue May 10 10:01:42 EDT 2016
That reminds me that we wanted to make the connection to JDG as simple
as MongoDB and the like. (i.e. a URL scheme more or less).
I'm talking about JDG remote here even though local would be a nice to
How hard would that be?
On Wed 2016-05-04 14:16, Scott Marlow wrote:
> Below is an update on the WildFly NoSQL integration project. The goal
> is for deployed applications to have access to NoSQL databases (via
> Hibernate OGM or native APIs). Items 1-4, should be finished in our
> first pass, with as much of the others items as we can do as well.
> 1. connection management will deal with obtaining NoSQL connections for
> application use.
> - borrow/share Hibernate OGM connection configuration setup code
> - authentication integration
> - support transport level security
> 2. CDI programming simplifications will make it easy to inject NoSQL
> data into your application classes.
> - https://github.com/antoinesd/javaee-nosql is initial idea
> 3. You will easily get a native NoSQL connection from the specified
> NoSQL profile and use the native NOSQL (Cassandra/MongoDB/other) API in
> your application.
> 4. You will also be able to easily use Hibernate OGM with the defined
> NoSQL profiles (exactly how is TBD but will be awesome :-).
> - Hibernate OGM static module is included.
> - need to align with OGM dependencies (e.g. Hibernate ORM + other
> - as mentioned above, OGM already has some connection setup code,
> which might be good to share for WildFly + standalone NoSQL use.
> - once WildFly has a common NoSQLSource (not a DataSource) that OGM
> can use, OGM will be enhanced to use it.
> 5. How best for the WildFly NoSQL subsystem to be optional?
> - Is it enough to not run the wildfly/testsuite/nosql tests by default?
> - Or do we need to start a separate https://github.com/wildfly/nosql
> project for the NoSQL subsystems?
> 6. transaction enlistment
> 7. compensating transactions
> 8. runtime application monitoring
> 9. How soon can we make an evaluation distribution available for use on
> - Would be great if we could do some load testing with all NoSQL
> - Would be great if we could enable others to also test.
> 10. Are there any problems with our WildFly NoSQL subsystem injecting
> MongoDatabase connections via:
> @Resource(lookup = "java:jboss/mongodb/test") MongoDatabase db;
> - No @Resource support expected for standalone Java, TBD is whether a
> runtime library can be used.
> - Any problems expected on other EE application servers if this
> approach becomes popular?
> 11. WIP topic branch is at
> https://github.com/scottmarlow/wildfly/tree/nosql-dev9. Note that every
> once in a while, commits are squashed and pushed to nosql-devN+1.
> 12. Add proper unit tests
> - multi-threaded NoSQL access to show that works at all.
> - use NoSQL from different EE components (e.g. JAX-RS).
> - other use cases that represent how NoSQL could be used from WildFly.
> Feedback/help is welcome!
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