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From Carlos Muñoz (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (GORA-535) Add a data store for Apache Ignite
Date Sun, 11 Mar 2018 04:35:00 GMT

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Carlos Muñoz edited comment on GORA-535 at 3/11/18 4:34 AM:
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Hi.

I am Carlos Muñoz a Computer Science student and I am interested in getting involved in this
project. I have a good knowledge of Java and I have worked with some of the backend/store
technologies used by Gora(i.g. MongoDB, Solr, ...). Also, I am quite familiar with ORM in
SQL realm and I find the 'Object-to-Datastore Mapping' concept pretty very attractive.

Due the fact that Ignite has both a database (SQL-like) and Caching (key-value) interfaces,
I was wondering whether the backend implementation will include both a data store and a caching
service (similar to Hazelcast JCache). Also, I noticed Ignite has distributed computing capabilities
(grid applications) within its features, so is that intended to be integrated somehow into
Gora?, let's say in the MapReduce support.

I am excited of the possibility of working in this project and becoming part of this community.
So, I would highly appreciate you could give some insight on how to get started with documentation
or code examples to analyze.

Regards,
 Carlos.


was (Author: carlosrmng):
Hi.

I am Carlos Muñoz a Computer Science student and I am interested in getting involved in this
project. I have a good knowledge of Java and I have worked with some of the backend/store
technologies used by Gora(i.g. MongoDB, Solr, ...). Also, I am quite familiar with ORM in
SQL realm and I find the 'Object-to-Datastore Mapping' concept pretty very attractive.

Due the fact that Ignite has both a database (SQL-like) and Caching (key-value) interfaces,
I was wondering whether the backend implementation will include both a data store and a caching
service (similar to Hazelcast JCache). Also, I noticed Ignite has distributed computing capabilities
(grid applications) within its features, so is that intended to be integrated somehow into
Gore?, let's say in the MapReduce support.

I am excited of the possibility of working in this project and becoming part of this community.
So, I would highly appreciate you could give some insight on how to get started with documentation
or code examples to analyze.

Regards,
 Carlos.

> Add a data store for Apache Ignite 
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: GORA-535
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GORA-535
>             Project: Apache Gora
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Nishadi Kirielle
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: gsoc2018
>
> Currently, Gora has support for persisting objects to various database models such as
Apache Hbase, Apache Cassandra and much more. [1] This project aims to extend its capability
to provide support for Apache Ignite database.
> Apache Ignite is a distributed database, caching and processing platform.[2] 
> [1]. [http://gora.apache.org/] 
> [2] . [https://ignite.apache.org/]
>  



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