An introduction to the find() method along with query examples.
Data Masking. Data Obfuscation. Learn what these terms mean and the best practices to follow when making sensitive data, anonymous.
Learn how to transfer databases from SQL Server to MongoDB (and vice versa) using Extended JSON.
Learn how you can paste the output of a SQL Server query straight into a MongoDB collection with Studio 3T.
Learn how you can create and validate JSON schema in MongoDB, using third-party JSON schema validation tools and Studio 3T’s Schema Explorer.
Learn how to query the MongoDB aggregation pipeline more efficiently with the $bucket and $facet stages.
Learn how to use PowerShell to set up a MongoDB service on Windows.
Learn how to write SQL join queries to generate MongoDB joins in the form of aggregation queries.
Learn how to use regex to transform an external data set to JSON or export it to CSV for later import, and run aggregation queries to reduce the data before creating a MongoDB collection.
We introduce the idea of MongoDB views – what they are, why they’re useful, when to use them, and how they relate to data aggregations – and walk you through how to create a view in Studio 3T using a small practice database courtesy of the UK’s Met Office.
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