There are a variety of days to move data between MongoDB and SQL Server. This article covers some of your options and gives you ideas on which method might work best for you.
NoSQL databases like MongoDB are gaining popularity, but using the right tools for the job at hand is most important. In this article, Phil Factor demonstrates how to work with a MongoDB database and how to use PowerShell with MongoDB so that the process can be automated.
Your Agile developers want MongoDB, or a similar document database: your Ops people are concerned about security and backup, and Governance are muttering about transactionality and data transfer between systems. Do you restrict your developers from rapidly-evolving the data design for their domain or do you embrace the joys of NoSQL unconditionally? If you accept a polyglot database environment, where the NoSQL lambs coexist with the relational lions, how do you provide tools and common database concepts that everyone can use and understand?
Return values from MongoDB on Linux server with Powershell