In this code-focused webinar we took a look at how you can use the Google Cloud Firestore NoSQL database service in a Jakarta EE application. The recording is now available to watch - see below or head over to our YouTube Channel.
NoSQL has become a popular RDMS alternative for enterprise applications. There are a myriad of options available for developers to choose from. With advantages such as flexible data models, generally faster queries, support for horizontal scaling and easier developer experience, NoSQL is a great alternative to have in your developer toolbox.
- How to setup your Jakarta EE application to connect to Google Cloud Firestore
- How to model your data
- How to use Jakarta Bean Validation for validating business constraints
- How to expose your application through Jakarta REST and return meaningful validation error messages
- How to save, read, update and remove data in Firestore
- How to use Jakarta CDI to create different components for interfacing with the NoSQL database
- Compare and contrast NoSQL with SQL
- Answer your questions and more