Oracle Database API for MongoDB

Oracle Database API for MongoDB translates the MongoDB wire protocol into SQL statements that are executed by Oracle Database. It lets developers who have MongoDB skill sets write JSON document-store applications for Oracle Database that use drivers and tools that understand the MongoDB protocol.

The MongoDB API is provided as part of Oracle Autonomous Database Serverless. You can enable it there using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console. See Configure Access for MongoDB in Using Oracle Autonomous Database Serverless.

If you have release 22.3 or later of Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS), then you can use the MongoDB API with any Oracle database, release 21c or later, as well as with any Oracle Autonomous Database, release 19c (serverless, dedicated, and cloud@customer). See Oracle API for MongoDB Support in Oracle REST Data Services Installation and Configuration Guide for information about enabling the API.