MongoDB To Tables In Minutes

Move MongoDB Collections to MySQL, SQL Server, Postgres, Oracle, Vertica, SQLite and More

The Easiest Way To Turn MongoDB To Tables.

MongoSluice Request Basic Plumbing

MongoSluice streams data from MongoDB to any RDBMS. All you need is a MongoDB instance, MongoSluice — which only requires Java Runtime — and a SQL destination.

Simple Configuration

MongoSluice make configuration a simple task. From the command line, simply set connection strings for your source and your target. That will take you about two minutes.

Run MongoSluice And Move Collections to Tables

Type a few lines to execute one of the most powerful tools in Big Data.

Do Analysis! (Or Whatever Else You Want)

MongoSluice interrogates the data inside your NoSQL store and builds a schema in memory. It then streams the data into a SQL repository. In the end, you get tables and relationships — inside the RDBMS framework of your choice. No more slog. You can now get to work.

See MongoSluice In Action

Get Faster Results. And Get Better Results.

MongoSluice takes the time-consuming and expensive slog out of working with big data. It figures out what an unstructured or NoSQL database would look like if it were SQL — and then actually turns it into (and streams it to) SQL or any other RDBMs datastore.

This new patent-pending technology exponentially expedites the time it takes to bring big data into business intelligence systems, providing clients with near real-time insight.

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How To Easily Move Data from MongoDB to MySQL

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