As the business world goes digital, data storage, analytics, and complexity are growing in size as well as importance on exponential levels. In a work environment where market wins and losses are dependent upon timely information, decision-makers and stakeholders cannot hope to be dependent on hardcore coding and technical means to access databases. Enterprises using MongoDB based data platforms usually need to pick out reporting tools for generating business intelligence data. Here are some tips that you can use to handle MongoDB reporting tools:
- Intuitive query builders will be your best bet to simplify your MongoDB data query functionalities. Drag and Drop based query builders with the option to add filters to narrow down results as well as support for various search criteria, query projections, and sort data conditions will prove to be your best friends.
- Choose to depend on a robust JSON viewer that will let you expand document collection data recursively and view data in the existing document.
- When dealing with large amounts of data, use the pagination feature to sort data into manageable chunks visible on separate pages instead of one never-ending data display.
- Online reporting tools like DBHawk also offer additional utilities like view collection data in a new tab, copy and create a duplicate collection, open find statement and many other tasks. Make the most of this functionality to complete all tasks with a single click!
- GUI based reporting tools will be the best means for you to handle database browsing and viewing tasks. Choose these systems to add a new document, rename a document, drop a document, apply filter criteria, and apply paginations to view document details without the need to resort to coding or query language commands.
NoSQL databases such as MongoDB offer a host of different advantages to users. They are easier to scale, more flexible in terms of handling and offer a faster query performance. And when a powerful reporting tool like DBHawk is used in conjunction with the above-mentioned tips, your database access and analytics will take on an additional level of sophistication. Make the most of these systems