The Easiest, Fastest Way to Get MongoDB Data Into RDBMS

MongoDB to Postgres, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, HPVertica, SQLite

4 Simple Steps To Seeing Your MongoDB Data As Tidy Tables and Rows

Step 1: Simple Setup

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.

Step 2: Configure MongoSluice

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.

Step 3: Run MongoSluice

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

Step 4: See your NoSQL as SQL -- and Get to Work

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.

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.

MongoDB Clickstream Data ‘Sluiced to SQL

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And We’re Live…

MongoSluice is a new software tool we developed that makes it easy and fast to stream data between MongoDB and traditional relational database systems. The tool solves the problems most enterprise developers face: how to pull insight from giant datasets...