Auto-complete queries in the mongo shell, use a drag-and-drop interface to build queries, query MongoDB with SQL, or break down aggregation queries in stages. Generate instant code from your queries – in seven languages – while you're at it.
Import and export with ease
Import from Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, IBM DB2, and Sybase databases to MongoDB—or the other way around—plus enjoy easy import and export in CSV, JSON, BSON, and mongodump.
Migrate without the headache
Migrate entire databases or tables with minimal setup from SQL to MongoDB—or MongoDB to SQL—and spare the post-migration cleanup by defining data relationships before the import or export.
Skip the calendar reminders
Automate regular migrations between SQL and MongoDB—along with import, exports, and data comparisons—and schedule them as tasks.
Dive deep into your data
Copy and paste entire databases and collections or just a single document, export large data sets or just query results, expand or collapse embedded fields at will, compare collections side-by-side, or analyze your data's schema to find outliers and anomalies.
Free up your team's resources
Connect to your existing on-prem or cloud-hosted SQL and MongoDB databases and schedule migrations on your Windows or Linux server. Save local resources for essential tasks. Let Server 3T do the hard work, twenty-four seven, and skip the queue by choosing multiple cores.
Stop duplicating work
By connecting Studio 3T Enterprise with Server 3T, users on the same license can see their team's previous and upcoming migrations. With everyone on the same page, you’ll never do the same work twice.
Keep track of all server operations
View the operation log of any migration directly in Studio 3T, with the option to save as a .log or .csv file.
Take performance up a level
Get faster, more reliable, more predictable performance with heavy-load tasks that your local machine isn't designed to handle.
Simple to use. Obvious. Intuitive. Quick. 3T have been the most responsive of any of the software vendors we use today. And that's just critical.
Marty Sirkin, CTO, Spoiler Alert