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I don't have such a transformation handy, but I'd sure like one!
Some background: As Robert Figura described to us in his wonderful post, History of Databases, software developers/engineers/architects regularly distinguish between SQL and NoSQL databases. An SQL database (like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server, etc.) is a relational database management system expressing its querying interface via the Structured Query Language (SQL), a well-defined standard. A NoSQL database (like MongoDB, DynamoDB, Cassandra, Redis) does not (necessarily) use SQL to work with data; I think you might say, rather than say there's no well-defined standard, that there's a multitude of "standards" available for these database engines. Redis, for example, has a very well-defined Redis Serialization Protocol (RESP) for working with data -- it's just not christened with an ISO or ANSI specification for use among multiple database vendors, although other vendors could if they wished. Suffice it to day, the SQL ecosystem consists of many vendors implementing the same (or close to the same) standardized language and the NoSQL ecosystem consists of many vendors implementing many languages for data storage and querying.