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  1. Log user Login to Activity Feed for Auditing

    When a user logins into the Atlas Portal this is logged to the Activity Feed.

    This feature would allow to better user auditing and identify potential security breaches.

    7 votes

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  2. Add SHA-256 as Digest Authentication Algorithm for API

    For compliance with NIST and other standards, it would be preferred to use SHA-256 as the algorithm for digest authentication for the public API as opposed to the currently implemented MD5.

    2 votes

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  3. Please could you extend the modify cluster API so that when an M20+ cluster is downsized to the next size the API command executes a sanity

    Please could you extend the modify cluster API so that when an M20+ cluster is downsized to the next smaller size, the API command executes a sanity check to see if the smaller size has sufficient resources?

    Return a 40x if the smaller size has insufficient resources.

    Many user have Production systems that don't need huge resources over night so smaller machine size is sufficient

    1 vote

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  4. Make use of lazyloading, and use dynamic frontend components

    The cloud atlas frontend is very buggy, and not usable at all, even with a fast connection takes minutes to load a page on click.

    https://cloud.mongodb.com/

    I think we are loading all the components and required data from server side.
    Instead we can simply load the core components, and show a user friendly spinner, that will stop spinning once content is loaded via an XHR request. This would be so much more user friendly, just showing them a spinner (maybe estimated time as well).

    Currently the page stays blank white, which is terrible UX.

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  5. Change the term "Whitelist" to "Safelist" in the Atlas Network Access UI

    To avoid use of terminology that for some will have racial connotations remove the term "whitelist" from the Atlas UI.

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  6. Have live tool migration re-establish connectivity with on-prem cluster in case of connection failures

    While trying out Live Migration tool for data transfer from our on-prem cluster to Atlas, we had an issue where Atlas ran into connectivity issues with the on-prem cluster with respect to Live Migration tool. As the tool couldn't re-establish connectivity with on-prem cluster, we had to cancel migration and initiate data sync all over again. While this is fine for a small cluster, this can't be feasible for a large PROD cluster where we have 20+ shards and with data volume in order of 40-50TB compressed size.

    So, even if there is a network disconnect or any maintenance happening…

    2 votes

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  7. Migration Tutorial Video

    I did a live migration from mLab to Atlas quite recently. Although, the steps for migration were simple and easy to execute it took me alot of time to get over the fear of migrating without losing any data. A tutorial video of the entire process would have calmed my nerves and helped me take a lot less time in the process.

    4 votes

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  8. Clarify Python vs PyMongo

    When connecting to a Atlas cluster and selecting to connect via a Application you can select to connect with what "Driver" where you can select "Python".

    For new users, they might think that the Python library (https://www.python.org/doc/versions/) is what is being referenced when in reality Atlas is referring to the PyMongo Driver.

    For clarity, alter the UI from "Python" to "PyMongo" or "Python (PyMongo)" or something similar to differentiate between Python and PyMongo.

    2 votes

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  9. VPC management at the organization layer (cross-project VPC) in addition of projects layer

    In order to match with GCP Host project/service projects mechanisms (network resource is managed by the host project and used by its service projects), which is usefull for companies having a large number of GCP projects to manage, in different business units, it could be very usefull to be able to not manage VPC inside projects only, but also at Organization layer: an Atlas admin could create an "organization level VPC", and peer it with a GCP host project, and several Atlas projects could 'consume' this VPC, by running clusters in it.
    That would permit to avoid having to create…

    3 votes

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  10. Enable setting the security.redactClientLogData parameter.

    We're using Atlas to store PII (HIPAA), and we need to store the log files for an extended period of time, but we don't want any PII / HIPAA data to be stored in the logs.

    6 votes

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  11. Support for AWS KMS CMK per cluster (instead of on a project level)

    Hi Team,

    Currently, we have KMS CMK configuration available on the project level.
    We are hoping to see if that can be changed on cluster level.

    Reason: Once we update the key, all the clusters will get re-encrypted with new key, but snapshots will not be re-encrypted with the new key.
    For any reason, if we need to restore snapshot of one particular cluster, we will need to update KMS key with the old one, which impacts all clusters to get re-encrypted and then only can restore.

    Hence we believe cluster level KMS setting would be beneficial in such a…

    2 votes

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  12. mongodb compass

    a faster mongodb compass installation that is taking forever to do so.

    1 vote

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  13. Expose Atlas Replica Set Tags in UI

    Atlas replica set members are pre-configured with tag sets: https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/replica-set-tags/

    There's no way to see what the tags are set to via the UI. It would be helpful to see this information.

    8 votes

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  14. Stitch email translations

    The Stitch confirmation and reset password emails for the Email/Password Provider are now only in English.

    A page where you could translate these emails, would be very useful.

    Now we must use the function method, which is more work. I suspect a lot of people would want this feature (all non English markets).

    1 vote

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  15. Amazon Lambda

    I wish they could provide the arn service with lambda.

    1 vote

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  16. Allow cluster to define priority of availability zones

    Similar to how it's possible to select the preferred region in a multi-region cluster, it would be beneficial being able to select the preferred availability zone in a single-region cluster. This would allow an application to live as close to the cluster's PRIMARY node as is possible.

    7 votes

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  17. pause

    An option to protect the "Pause" action on clusters with 2FA would help to reduce the chance of accidental pausing of production systems.

    12 votes

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  18. private link - common dns suffix

    when creating a private link, the resulted dns for the cluster is in the form of "cluster-pl-.{somerandomstring}.mongodb.net"
    the only difference from the public endpoint is the 'pl' addition in the first section.

    in order to configure the vpn wildcards and rules,
    it can be extremely helpful to have this separation more general, for example
    cluster.{randomstring}.pl.mongodb.net -- private links
    cluster.{random
    string}.mongodb.net -- public

    that way we can use the wild card *.pl.mongodb.net to differentiate and route the traffic accordingly

    2 votes

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  19. peering

    allow multiple Atlas CIDR (VPC Region) in the same project and allow attaching each cluster to the desired vpc.

    today in order to have multiple vpcs in atlas (for example dev &prod)
    they need to be separated projects, that create a lot of duplicated work and settings

    17 votes

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  20. Hosting Atlas on DigitalOcean

    In addition to AWS, Azure and GC, give an option to host on DigitalOcean. DigitalOcean has a really cheap and well-made Kubernetes system that requires VPC because container IPs are always changing, and I would want them to connect to Atlas without having to just open Atlas to whitelist every IP.

    2 votes

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