UMongo is a GUI app that can browse and administer a MongoDB cluster.
It is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.
This project was formerly known as JMongoBrowser.
- Connect to a single server, a replica set, or a MongoS instance.
- DB ops: create, drop, authenticate, command, eval, …
- Collection ops: create, rename, drop, find, insert, save, …
- Document ops: update, duplicate, remove, …
- Index ops: create, drop, …
- Shard ops: enable sharding, add shard, shard collection, …
- GUI Document builder.
- Import / Export data from database to local files in JSON, BSON, CSV format.
- Support for query options and write concerns (getLastError).
- Display of numerous stats (server status, db stats, replication info, etc).
- Mongo tree refreshes to have a real time view of cluster (servers up/down, durability, etc).
- All operations are executed in background to keep UI responsive.
- Background threads can repeat commands automatically.
- GUI is identical on all OS.
Developer: EdgyTech Inc / Antoine Girbal
License: Apache License, Version 2.0
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