A JPA 2.1 compliant Polyglot Object-Datastore Mapping Library for NoSQL Datastores.Please subscribe to:
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Annotation based java library for NoSQL databases
The idea behind Kundera is to make working with NoSQL Databases drop-dead simple and fun. Kundera does not reinvent the wheel by making another client library; rather it leverages the existing libraries and builds - on top of them - a wrap-around API to help developers do away with unnecessary boiler plate codes, and program a neater-and-cleaner code that reduces code-complexity and improves quality. And above all, improves productivity.

Up and running in 5 minutes
Understanding Kundera only takes 5 minutes. Please read the following introductory article http://anismiles.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/kundera-knight-in-the-shining-armor/

To completely remove unnecessary details, such as Column lists, Super Column lists, byte arrays, Data encoding etc.
To be able to work directly with Domain models just with the help of annotations
To eliminate “code plumbing”, so as to keep the flow of data processing clear and obvious
To completely separate out NoSQL Databases and their concerns from application-level logic for robust application development
To include the latest NoSQL Databases without breaking anything

About Us
Kundera is backed by Impetus Labs - iLabs. iLabs is a R&D consulting division of Impetus Technologies (http://www.impetus.com). iLabs focuses on innovations with next generation technologies and creates practice areas and new products around them. iLabs is actively involved working on High Performance computing technologies, ranging from distributed/parallel computing, Erlang, grid softwares, GPU based software, Hadoop, Hbase, Cassandra, CouchDB and related technologies. iLabs is also working on various other Open Source initiatives.