MongoDB Atlas is an on-demand cloud service, which in this use case basically serves as MongoDB database service. This service eliminates your operational overhead and enables you to focus on your business. At some point while building your application, you will probably want to access MongoDB.
With Progress DataDirect MongoDB ODBC drivers, you can easily connect to your cluster on MongoDB Atlas. This tutorial will walk you through how to configure the Progress DataDirect MongoDB driver to connect to MongoDB Atlas. If you need JDBC connectivity, you can check out our JDBC driver which can also help you connect to MongoDB Atlas.
We assume that you have a MongoDB cluster up and running using the MongoDB Atlas service. Your Atlas version must be M10 or higher to use this tutorial.
We hope this tutorial helped you to access your MongoDB Atlas from Qlik Sense. You can also use Progress DataDirect MongoDB ODBC driver to connect to your MongoDB instances in MongoDB Atlas from other BI tools like Power BI and Tableau. If you want to connect to SAP Lumira, you can use Progress DataDirect MongoDB JDBC driver to do the same.