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MongoDB Transport for Mule ESB

New addition to Mule ESB the open source ESB:

The MongoDB transport allows you to insert and retrieve data from a MongoDB collection.

A MongoDB inbound-endpoint accepts a JSON query that is used to poll a MongoDB collection at the specified interval for results. The resultant message can then be processed by a component or routed to an outbound-endpoint.

The MongoDB outbound-endpoint inserts either Map or JSON data into the specified collection.

It’s all about adoption.

via: http://www.mulesoft.org/documentation/display/MONGODB/Home