Migrating an Apache Cassandra Table to MongoDB

While MongoDB is the most commonly used document-based NoSQL datastore, Apache Cassandra is the most commonly used wide column-based NoSQL datastore. The data models used in MongoDB and Apache Cassandra are different. MongoDB is based on a JSON (BSON) data model while Cassandra is based on a column/row (table) data model. Both provide a schema-less, flexible storage model. In this chapter we shall discuss migrating Apache Cassandra documents to MongoDB. This chapter includes the following topics:

  • Setting Up the Environment
  • Creating a Maven Project in Eclipse
  • Creating a Document in Apache ...

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