- Some integration examples
- Sample databases and applications
- Import tools
- eLearning Course
Some integration examples
Cloudant plays well with others. You can integrate with many other technologies
Use the SQL-Cloudant Connector in Scala Notebook
Use the SQL-Cloudant Connector in Python Notebook
Store tweets using IBM Cloud, Node-RED, and Cloudant
Sample databases and applications
The Examples Cloudant account contains some really great example databases and Cloudant applications showcasing the different ways to index and search your data.
You can replicate any of these databases to your own Cloudant account. Find out how to create a replication job.
How to move data in and out of Cloudant is a common question. This page includes a number of utilities to migrate and transform your data. Note that in most cases, tools that are compatible with Apache CouchDB will also work with Cloudant so are included for your reference.
|Tool||Commercial or DIY||Details|
|IBM Infosphere Information Server||Commercial||
|IBM InfoSphere Data Replication||Commercial|
|IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management||Commercial||
|IBM SPSS Modeler for Predictive Analytics||Commercial||
|spark-cloudant||Open Source, maintained by IBM|
|SPViewer CouchDBPumper for Oracle||Commercial||
|CSV Import Utilities||DIY||
|MongoDB to Cloudant||DIY||
Cloudant is ideal for mobile apps. Cloudant sync allows mobile and distributed apps to scale by replicating and syncing data between multiple readable, writeable copies of the data in other data centers, and even on mobile iOS and Android devices.
Check our our library repos on GitHub:
And read about how an offline-first approach can make your app function seamlessly for users.
There are several official development libraries. These libraries are often a big help, but if you prefer, you can use only your language’s native HTTP and JSON libraries to develop against Cloudant.
Select your language/platform