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Relational Migrator supports migration from source databases to MongoDB.

To create a Relational Migrator project, you can connect to a source database to migrate to MongoDB. This page provides details on supported versions for both source and MongoDB databases.

Warning

You might be able to use other versions or deployments, but they have not been tested with Relational Migrator.

Relational Migrator supports the following source databases:

Database
Supported Versions
Deployments
Oracle
12c and higher
Self hosted, AWS RDS
Microsoft SQL Server
2012 and higher (Enterprise or Developer edition required for versions before 2016)
Self hosted, AWS RDS, Azure SQL Database
PostgreSQL
10 and higher
Self hosted, AWS RDS/Aurora, Azure Database
MySQL
5.7 and higher
Self hosted, AWS RDS/Aurora, Azure Database
Sybase ASE
15 and higher (Sybase IQ not supported)
Self hosted

Relational Migrator supports the following MongoDB databases:

Database
Supported Versions
Deployments
MongoDB
4.4 and higher
Self hosted, MongoDB Atlas
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