Brad Wright introduces the latest version of DataDirect for MongoDB, which improves performance, usability and support.
Right now, MongoDB is on fire. According to db-engines.com, it is neck-and-neck with PostgreSQL as number four among most popular databases, making it the most popular NoSQL database option by far. Despite this popularity, organizations adopting MongoDB still often run into challenges integrating their data with SQL-based applications such as analytics tools. You don’t need to worry though, because the latest Progress® DataDirect® for MongoDB ODBC and JDBC release has you covered.
DataDirect provides the only SQL connectivity solution that exposes MongoDB data in the way SQL applications expect–as normalized relational tables–and the only solution that supports normalizing all data in your MongoDB database regardless of the depth and complexity of the documents stored. It’s relational connectivity to MongoDB data with no compromises.
With our latest releases, ODBC 8.0 and JDBC 6.0, DataDirect ODBC and JDBC drivers for MongoDB are better than ever. Key new features include:
For a full list of changes, check out the documentation for Progress DataDirect for MongoDB ODBC 8.0 and JDBC 6.0.
MongoDB is a key technology in today’s data landscape. We understand how important it is to be able to provide fast, reliable, high-performance connectivity to the big data on which your company relies. And how crucial it is to maintain your skillset for MongoDB. Why not get a free trial of our MongoDB ODBC or JDBC driver today?
We’ve worked hard to provide the best SQL connectivity to MongoDB on the market, but we’re not done yet. Don’t hesitate to contact sales or leave a comment below with any suggestions you have for any of our current or future releases.
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