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Showcasing Expanded DataDirect Connectivity at MongoDB World 2014

Showcasing Expanded DataDirect Connectivity at MongoDB World 2014

June 24, 2014 0 Comments

Things are off to a great start at MongoDB World, and the show couldn't have come at a better time, as we've just announced the expansion of Progress DataDirect on-premise connectivity to support MongoDB and Amazon Redshift. DataDirect now offers data integration for MongoDB via ODBC and JDBC standards, as well as for Amazon Redshift via ODBC and JDBC standards.

Many of today's business critical systems are being developed with MongoDB and Amazon Redshift, so the demand to connect to such data is growing rapidly. Progress DataDirect provides simple, scalable, secure real-time connectivity to these sources and others without the traditional complications of doing so, such as data loss and data "flattening." Now users can easily connect MongoDB data with their existing data management, analytics or enterprise data warehouse (EDW) ecosystems.

In addition to the expanded connectivity, we've also added the following list of certification updates:

  • SQL Server 2014
  • Teradata 14.10
  • DB2 V11 for z/OS
  • Windows 8.1

If you're at the conference, make sure you come by our booth #119 to learn more about DataDirect and see firsthand the new connectivity to MongoDB. Or, if you want to learn more about Progress' newest acquisition, Modulus, stop by their booth right next door! Modulus is a cloud platform that allows developers to build new applications using Node.js to connect to MongoDB data.

If you're unable to attend the conference, I still encourage you to take advantage of a 15-day free trial of Progress DataDirect, so you can see for yourself.

Chris Doran

After spending 10+ years in the digital marketing industry in various different roles, Chris re-joined Progress because he saw how Progress Easyl could solve problems he experienced throughout his career. With a passion for technology and marketing, Chris leverages experience of 8 years at Microsoft, various start-up and mid-sized companies to focus on bringing fantastic products to market. In his spare time, Chris cheers for his hometown Saints and spends time chasing ​around his young son.

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