What’s New in MongoChef 4.5
We are immensely excited to announce the release of MongoChef 4.5!
This is one of our largest releases ever. We would like to explicitly thank you, our users, for your plentiful feedback and feature suggestions that continue to make MongoChef so much better.
MongoChef 4.5 is chock-full of new features and improvements:
- Full MongoDB 3.4 Compatibility
- MongoDB Export to SQL
- Improved Connections Tree
- Integration of mongodump and mongorestore for Easy Backups
to name but the most high-level ones.
Full MongoDB 3.4 Compatibility
MongoDB 3.4 has brought many new high-level features such as read-only views, collation documents, and new aggregation operators. MongoChef 4.5 adds full support for these features.
MongoChef makes it super-easy to create MongoDB read-only views with its industry-leading aggregation builder. Build and debug your view with ease and then store it as a read-only view with just a click of your mouse.
With MongoDB 3.4, you can now provide a collation document to specify language-specific rules for string comparison, such as rules for letter case and accent marks. MongoChef 4.5 allows you to specify a collation when you’re creating a collection, view, or an index and also when building an aggregation pipeline – and, naturally, wherever applicable in IntelliShell.
New Aggregation Operators
MongoDB 3.4 has also brought a number of new aggregation operators ($bucket, $bucketAuto, $facet, $graphLookup, $sortByCount). Of course, both MongoChef’s aggregation builder and IntelliShell have you covered here.
Export Your MongoDB Data to SQL
MongoChef Pro and Enterprise now let you export your MongoDB data directly to SQL and support the major SQL dialects: Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. Select your MongoDB data source and export to a SQL file that can then be safely imported into your SQL deployment.
1) Choose your SQL format options:
2) MongoChef runs schema discovery on your MongoDB data to auto-select the most appropriate SQL target data types. You can of course also manually overwrite the mapping.
3) View the resulting SQL file and safely import your MongoDB data into your SQL deployment.
Improved Connection Tree
We have introduced new meta-levels below the database level to make it even more comfortable to manage your various collections, views, system collections, and GridFS buckets.
Integration of mongodump and mongorestore for Easy Backups
MongoChef now integrates with the mongodump and mongorestore backup and restore tools. You can now directly export (and of course import) your databases, collections or your query results to BSON folders or BSON archive files directly from within MongoChef. Backing up your data with MongoChef has never been easier.
1) Choose mongodump as export format:
2) Configure your mongodump options:
Wait, There’s More!
See our full change log for all the details.