MongoDB is a source-available cross-platform document-oriented database program. Classified as a NoSQL database program, MongoDB uses JSON-like documents with optional schemas.

At DataLakeHouse.io we are fans of MongoDB for the breakthrough technology and their contributions to open source. Also they continue to expand their offerings to help companies get the most organization out of their solution and working with modern perspectives on application-based data.

DataLakeHouse has one of the best synchronization systems for getting MongoDB data from shared, clustered, self-hosted, managed, or MongoDB instances running on MongoDB Atlas.

Find out why DataLakeHouse.io is the preferred CDC and synchronization platform for MongoDB Atlas.

Contact our engineering team to discuss deploying a DataLakeHouse.io single tenant MongoDB Streams synchronization engine for your workloads that require sub-five minute operations.

Documentation Available for Integrating MongoDB with DataLakeHouse:

  • Basic MongoDB Setup : Basic PostgreSQL Setup
  • Shared MongoDB Setup: Sharded MongoDB Setup
  • Change Log (see change log)

Updated 04 May 2022
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