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Spring Data for Apache Geode

The primary goal of the Spring Data for Apache Geode project is to make it easier to build highly scalable, Spring powered applications using Apache Geode as the underlying distributed, in-memory data management platform.


For examples on using the Spring Data for Apache Geode, see the spring-gemfire-examples project.

Getting Help

Read the main project website along with the User Guide.

Look at the source code and the JavaDocs.

For more detailed questions, visit StackOverflow.

If you are new to Spring as well as Spring Data for Apache Geode, look for information about Spring projects.

Quick Start

For those in a hurry:

  • Download the jar through

  • Maven:


<!-- nightly builds -->
  <name>Spring Maven SNAPSHOT Repository</name>

<!-- milestones/release candidates-->
  <name>Spring Maven Milestone Repository</name>
  • Gradle:
repositories {
   mavenRepo name: "spring-snapshot", urls: ""
   mavenRepo name: "spring-milestone", urls: ""
   mavenRepo name: "spring-plugins" , urls: ""

dependencies {
   compile "${version}"
  • Configure a Geode cache and Region (REPLICATE, PARTITION and so on):
<beans xmlns=""


  <gfe:partitioned-region id="ExampleRegion" copies="2">

  <bean id="gemfireTemplate" class="" p:region-ref="ExampleRegion"/>
  • Use the Region to read/write data:
region.put(Long.valueOf(1), new Person("Jane", "Smith"));
  • And/Or GemFireTemplate to interact with Geode:
template.query("person = 1");


Spring Data for Apache Geode uses Maven as its build system. To compile the project, simply type from the root folder

mvn clean install


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