Java Persistence with NoSQL

Otávio Santana

SKU: 9789355516855


ISBN: 9789355516855
eISBN: 9789355517159
Authors: Otávio Santana
Rights: Worldwide
Edition: 2024
Pages: 366
Dimension: 7.5*9.25 Inches
Book Type: Paperback

Java Persistence with NoSQL is a comprehensive guide that offers a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical implementation, making it an invaluable resource for those seeking to excel in their roles.

The book is divided into four parts, covering essential NoSQL concepts, Java principles, Jakarta EE integration, and the integration of NoSQL databases into enterprise architectures. Readers will explore NoSQL databases, comparing their strengths and use cases. They will then master Java coding principles and design patterns necessary for effective NoSQL integration. The book also discusses the latest Jakarta EE specifications, enhancing readers' understanding of Jakarta's role in data storage and retrieval. Finally, readers will learn to implement various NoSQL databases into enterprise-grade solutions, ensuring security, high availability, and fault tolerance.

With hands-on exercises, real-world examples, and best practices, this book equips professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in building robust and scalable Java applications using NoSQL databases.  


  • Gain expertise with the theory and practice of NoSQL databases.
  • Master Java principles and code design for NoSQL incorporation.
  • Learn to integrate NoSQL databases into robust enterprise architectures.


  • Mastering NoSQL concepts and choosing the right database solutions.
  • Integrating NoSQL databases into Java and Jakarta EE applications.
  • Implementing Java design patterns for efficient data persistence.
  • Leveraging Jakarta EE and MicroProfile for enhanced Java architecture.
  • Designing enterprise-grade solutions with NoSQL databases for high availability.


This book is tailored for senior engineers, architects, Java developers, and NoSQL enthusiasts who want to deepen their understanding of NoSQL databases within the Java ecosystem. 

  1. Introduction to NoSQL Databases
  2. NoSQL Databases: A Comparative Analysis
  3. Running NoSQL in Production: Best Practices and Considerations
  4. Streamlining Java Application Integration with Frameworks
  5. Java Persistence Design Pattern
  6. Java Architecture and Persistence Layer
  7. Introduction to Jakarta EE and MicroProfile
  8. Advanced Validation Techniques with Jakarta Bean Validation
  9. Enhance Object-oriented Programming with CDI
  10. Implementing Rest with JAX-RS
  11. Introduction to Jakarta EE NoSQL and Data
  12. Redis Integration
  13. Cassandra Integration
  14. MongoDB Integration
  15. Neo4J Integration
  16. ArangoDB and Couchbase Integration
  17. Final Considerations

Otavio Santana is a seasoned software architect and engineer passionate about cloud and Java technologies. With a strong focus on polyglot persistence and high-performance applications, Otavio has significantly contributed to the Java and open-source communities.

As a Java Champion and Oracle ACE program member, Otavio has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to the Java platform and open-source projects. He has played a pivotal role in shaping the direction and objectives of the Java platform since Java 8 as a JCP executive member.

Otavio is also an active committer and leader in several open-source products and specifications. His expertise spans various domains, including finance, social media, and e-commerce, where he has applied sophisticated techniques to deliver highly scalable and efficient software on the cloud.

In addition to his technical pursuits, Otavio is an avid lover of history, economics, and travel. He fluently speaks multiple languages, including Portuguese, English, Spanish, Italian, and French, often adding a touch of humor to his dad’s jokes.

With “Java Persistence with NoSQL,” Otavio Santana shares his wealth of knowledge and experience, empowering readers to navigate the complex world of NoSQL databases and master the art of polyglot persistence in enterprise Java architecture.

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