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By shekhargulati
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Published: Sep 28 2012 / 02:52

From today I am going to kick off a blog series on how you can create polyglot persistence applications using Spring framework and deploy them on OpenShift platform as a service. The goal of this series is to build an application which uses both MySQL and MongoDB for storing data. The application will be built using current and latest release of Spring framework and will use other projects under Spring portfolio like Spring Security, Spring MongoDB, Spring Social, etc. But before we start developing application we need to understand the meaning of polyglot persistence and its need.
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