In this article, we will explain how to integrate SAP and MongoDB. But let's start by introducing SAP and MongoDB first.
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The database is a system where we store all the data we need or will need later. MongoDB is a NoSQL-based database that stores data as documents in JSON format. In MongoDB, which was developed in 2009, each record is expressed as a document. Today, MongoDB is one of the most preferred NoSQL systems in terms of driver support for many programming languages that are actively used today.
MongoDB is generally used in real-time applications, games, big data applications where speed is important. MongoDB is a worldwide popular database application. MongoDB, which is used by many businesses today, is also preferred by some companies with worldwide recognition.
SAP is the abbreviation of "Systems Application Product". SAP's founding goal is to help companies monitor business and customer interactions. The SAP program is highly preferred and used by large companies. In general, SAP, which offers enterprise resource planning software, has solutions in many different categories.
The structure of SAP, which gathers many data and processes together, enables companies to perform their business progress faster. SAP is divided into modules within itself. These modules are shaped according to companies' needs. Companies can manage most of their processes, from production to logistics, from finance to accounting, via SAP, by choosing the module most suitable for their industry.
We are in the age of technology. And companies are now automating most of the business processes that they performed manually 20 years ago, through software and machines. Businesses also obtain data from these technology assets where they carry out their operational processes. One of the most important issues of the 21st century is "big data".
Companies aim to collect their data in one place in order not to lose the data they have obtained and to manage it more efficiently. For this reason, the need for integration between the 3rd party technologies and ERP systems they use arises. Companies using SAP need integration between SAP and MongoDB in order to transfer the data they obtain to MongoDB and store it there.
MDP Group offers an integration solution for bidirectional data flow between SAP and MongoDB. Companies can access records in MongoDB databases via SAP PI/PO and SAP CPI using our SAP MongoDB Adapter.
Need a different solution for SAP and MongoDB integration? You can contact us for our custom integration methods.
Head of Integration | SAP PI/PO/Integration Suite
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