Progress DataDirect MongoDB drivers are certified by MongoDB to provide SQL access to the NoSQL data stored in your MongoDB instance. This guide will help you get started with our MongoDB ODBC driver.
The MongoDB ODBC driver is one of the most popular Progress DataDirect drivers. This driver provides powerful SQL access to the NoSQL data stored in your MongoDB instance. Our MongoDB drivers let you map a logical schema against complex MongoDB JSON structures (including deeply nested documents and arrays) into their most natural relational counterpart—child tables that relate to a primary parent table.
Our developers and data evangelists came up with a ton of resources to help you through your MongoDB ODBC connectivity journey. In this article, I will get all of this information together in one place so you have an informal guide to help you through your evaluation process.
You can contact us if you have any questions during your setup. Before you leave, I’d like to set the record straight—Progress is a pioneer in standards-based connectivity. We cofounded the ODBC specification. Progress DataDirect is run by 10,000+ organizations, including 350+ ISVs and 96 of the Fortune 100. And most importantly, our MongoDB drivers are exclusively certified by MongoDB.
Nishanth Kadiyala is a Technical Marketing Manager at Progress. He got his B.Tech degree from IIT Guwahati and his MBA from UNC Chapel Hill. He has worked on several technologies including database designing, SQL querying and Cloud Computing in the past. Currently, he is committed to educating enterprises about standards based connectivity via ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET and OData. He is also proficient with DataDirect Hybrid Connectivity Services – DataDirect Cloud and Hybrid Data Pipeline. You can stay in touch with him through Twitter.
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