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Testing Spring Data for MongoDB Using OpenShift

08.06.2012
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I created a small tutorial application following the Spring Data for Mongodb guide with a little bacon for flavor. I wanted to use real hosting for MongoDB, so I created a database at MongoLab.   It was quick and easy and the hosting is fast and works great even remotely for local development.

The tutorial application in process is one to register your Bacon Creation for this year’s BaconFest.  The winner gets a mini BaconExplosion.

This is ONLY a test, you will not receive BACON.

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