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Zoho CRM integration
with Mongo DB

What is it?

The MongoDB  for Zoho CRM is an easy-to-use extension for data syncing for backing up the data from your CRM to MongoDB server!

Why MongoDB extension from CRMOZ team?

Due to high perfomance, great scalability and flexibility of MongoDB our team embodied same features in our extension for Zoho CRM. Push your contacts, accounts, leads or any other information from Zoho CRM with a few clicks! 

How does it work?

 The extension works with any Zoho CRM modules, as could be selected by the user and automatically creates a DB structure on your MongoDB server

Setting up the extension

1. After installation of our extension please open its settings and press the button "+ Database".
2. Click on the button "Show Server IP" to reveal technical server IP and add it to your whitelist in MongoDB.
3. Enter the Title field for the shown name in the extension, enter Database field to enter created database name in MongoDB and choose modules you want to get synced into this database.
4. Choose sync updates frequency from 10 minutes up to 24 hours and enter the server details or connection link(you can choose layout by toggling the switcher in the top of the extension page) and click on button "Save" in the top right corner.
5. Click on button "Test" in your database shortcut on the main page to see if the connection is good.
6. If the instruction was followed step by step and server details were entered correctly you can run first sync now or wait to let it sync by the schedule set to see first data backuped.

 Here you go, thanks for attention and let us know if everything went wrong by email: [email protected], our support service will help you.

What is Mongo DB?

MongoDB is an open-source database developed by MongoDB, Inc. MongoDB stores data in JSON-like documents that can vary in structure. It is a popular NoSQL database.

Key Difference Between MongoDB and MySQL
  • MongoDB represents data as of JSON documents whereas MySQL represents data in tables and rows.
  • In MongoDB, you don’t need to define the schema while in MySQL you need to define your tables and columns
  • MongoDB doesn’t support JOIN but MySQL supports JOIN operations.
  • MongoDB uses JavaScript as query language while MySQL uses the Structured Query Language (SQL).
  • MongoDB is an ideal choice if you have unstructured and/or structured data with the potential for rapid growth while MYSQL is a great choice if you have structured data and need a traditional relational database.
  • If most of your services are cloud based MongoDB is the best suited for you but If data security is your priority then MYSQL is the best option for you.