Chapter 12. Persisting data reactively

This chapter covers

  • Spring Data’s reactive repositories
  • Writing reactive repositories for Cassandra and MongoDB
  • Adapting non-reactive repositories for reactive use
  • Data modeling with Cassandra

As I think about non-blocking reactive code and blocking imperative code, I start to think about rush hour. Rush hour is strangely named. Everybody seems to be in a rush to get where they’re going, but usually they’re all sitting near-motionless in traffic. If it weren’t for everyone else on the road, I’d have no trouble getting to my destination.

Even though I’m eager to get somewhere (I’m non-blocking), that doesn’t mean that someone else on the road isn’t blocking me somehow. There may be other motorists ahead ...

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