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  1. Restrict specific users or client IPs to only Analytics node(s)

    There are use-cases where certain users or client IPs need to be given access restricted to only the Analytics node(s) . While it is possible to grant such users read-only permissions at the database/collection level, and have them use the ANALYTICS replica set tag in their connection string URI, it might still be possible for those users to connect to a Primary or a Secondary node (when not using the Analytics replica set tag) and run their query there.

    Therefore, a feature that will either restrict specific users access to only the Analytics node(s) or a functionality that will restrict…

    5 votes

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  2. Allow creation of a free cluster (M0) through the API

    Through the API it is possible to create several projects within an organization, and as far as I understand you offer 1 free cluster per project....

    So, why not create the M0 cluster also through the API? (considering the limitation of only 1 for the project, of course)

    This would be of great help for integrations that automatically generate small test environments for certain applications that plan to use atlas as a database server.

    4 votes

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  3. option to create a final snapshot before deleting a cluster

    Today when an Atlas cluster is deleted, all backups/snapshots of this cluster are deleted along with it.

    This is especially an issue when working with automation tools like terraform, where a cluster can be deleted by accident easily.

    In AWS Aurora Postgres, for example, there is an option to create a "final snapshot" before deleting the cluster.

    If this option is enabled for a cluster, whenever a user triggers the deletion of the cluster (either manually, via API, or any other method), a final snapshot will be created, before the cluster is deleted.

    This final snapshot is then available independently…

    37 votes

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  4. Security Key (FIDO2) MFA option

    Please enable security key (e.g. https://www.yubico.com/gb/product/yubikey-5c-nfc/) option for MFA. Ideally using FIDO2 protocol

    4 votes

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  5. Configurable number of insertion workers per collection for mongomirror

    Mongorestore allows for the number of concurrent insertion workers per collection to be increased using the [--numInsertionWorkersPerCollection](https://docs.mongodb.com/database-tools/mongorestore/#std-option-mongorestore.--numInsertionWorkersPerCollection) option.

    However, this is not available for mongomirror -- while you can increase the number of collections copied in parallel ([--numParallelCollections](https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/mongomirror/#std-option-mongomirror.--numParallelCollections)), there's no parameter surfaced to allow more inserts to be occurring at the same time over multiple threads within each collection.

    |t would be helpful to have a parameter like this to use to increase parallelization in order to increase the speed of migrations of large collections.

    5 votes

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  6. Live Migrate Individual Namespaces

    Mongomirror allows you to migrate particular databases or collections using the --includeDB and --includeNamespace parameters:

    https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/mongomirror/#cmdoption-includedb
    https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/mongomirror/#cmdoption-includenamespace

    It would be helpful if Live Migrate allowed for use of these options as well to migrate subsets of data, instead of only migrating an entire cluster.

    39 votes

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  7. Increase monitoring metrics resolution retention time on views of 1min & 5mins

    The speed at which usable monitoring metrics data (1m, 5m) is purged and reduced to 1hr is way too quick.

    After 1hr, the ability to analyze these metrics that are crucial to investigating a performance issue were lost and hindered the root cause analysis.

    I would suggest that 1m or at least 5m resolution metrics be retained for at least a week before being purged.

    9 votes

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  8. Add tunnelling to allow querying Cloud Backup snapshots

    The Legacy Backups have a feature to allow connecting (tunnelling) to a snapshot to query it. This allows querying a database snapshot which is great for quickly inspecting data in the past for troubleshooting. This would be handy to have for the Cloud Backups. With Cloud Backups instead I now have to download a snapshot, load it temporarily on a cluster and remove it when done.

    10 votes

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  9. Atlas auto-scaling configurable alerts

    It would be useful, and contribute to a complete alert experience, to have auto-scaling event alerts configurable in project alerts. Users should be able to send alerts to their target system of choice, and prevent numerous alerts to specific users.

    Currently auto-scaling alerts are only emails to project members (as per the following https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/cluster-autoscaling/#acknowledge-auto-scaling-events).

    Examples of configurable alerts:
    - Scale-up unsuccessful due to max cluster-tier too low -> change email recipient of these alerts
    - Scale-up event has occurred -> send alert via SMS and Slack.

    2 votes

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  10. hide index

    Add a button/toggle to Hide and Unhide an Index from the Data Explorer/Indexes display for a 4.4+ deployment.

    13 votes

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  11. Support Private Endpoint TO customer's VPC/VNet

    This would allow a Private Endpoint to connect FROM an Atlas Project TO a customer's VPC/Vnet (using AWS PrivateLink or Azure Private Link), for accessing private services like a private webhook for alerting, LDAP, and/or KMS

    4 votes

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  12. Make AWS EBS Burst Balance metrics available in Atlas UI

    Make EBS Burst Balance Metrics available within the Atlas UI. Currently it is not easy to 100% understand how much burst credits are being used and whether they have actually been depleted.

    You can infer it from the IOPS metrics going above baseline IOPS and then suddenly dropping down but would be better to see the balance itself to be 100% sure. This will save support requests to do so.

    10 votes

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  13. Enable Removal of a Subset Documents From Online Archive

    Hi,

    We'd like to have the ability to remove documents from an Online Archive. Mainly based on a date, but possibly other criteria.

    Thanks!

    12 votes

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  14. KMIP-based Encryption at Rest

    Problem Statement,
    What is the problem?
    As of now (2021-03-09) Atlas does not support KMIP-based Encryption at Rest. Currently supported (as of 2021-03-09) encryption key sources are,
    * AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS)
    * Azure Key Vault
    * Google Cloud Key Management Service (Google Cloud KMS).

    Why is this a problem? Customers who use KMIP to source encryption keys are not able to use Encryption at Rest (https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/security-kms-encryption/) feature of Atlas.

    **Proposal,**
    * Add KMIP support for Encryption at Rest feature of Atlas.

    4 votes

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  15. Possibility to change 'frequency_type' of snapshot backup policy item via Terraform

    Hi,

    I’m facing an issue about Snapshot Backup Policy creation/modification via Terraform ( FYI, I open a case to the support of MongoDB  https://support.mongodb.com/case/00668262). Let me explain :

    When I want to create a MongoAtlas Cluster via terraform, I want to apply a custom Snahsphot Backup Policy with ONLY 2 items during the creation of the cluster :
    N° Item Frequency type Frequency Retention
    0 Daily 1 7 Days
    1 Weekly 1 (Saturday) 4 weeks

    However, during the creation of the mongo atlas cluster, I can see an error
    Error: Error applying plan:

    1 error occurred:

    * module.cluster_contrib.module.dpjmongoatlas.module.tfmodule-gcp-mongo-atlas-cluster.mongodbatlas_cloud_provider_snapshot_backup_policy.snapshot_backup:
    26 votes

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  16. Can we support multi-region or dual-region backups on GCP

    If the region is down, there is no way to pull the backups and restore in another region. With multi-region or dual-region, a customer would be able to get access to the backups.

    3 votes

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  17. geospatial

    Could we please consider boosting MongoDB's geospatial capabilities by incorporating Turf.js into Atlas. I would hope this would be an integration similar to Lucene in that it exposes some functionality through the UI, and some through aggregation. It would allow us to gain a huge amount of functionality. https://turfjs.org/

    3 votes

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  18. Implement conditional DNS forwarders in Atlas to support internal LDAP servers

    When a customer wants to use their private LDAP server in Atlas, they currently need to either expose their name via public DNS or use an internal CA and an IP address. For some customers these scenarios are suboptimal since they want to keep their infrastructure details private, even at DNS layer.

    The proposed solution is to use the Conditional DNS forwarders in all cloud providers supported by Atlas, so the requests to resolve a private DNS zone (specified by the customer) will be forwarded to the listed DNS servers across the VPC peering connection while all other (public) DNS…

    15 votes

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  19. Allow option to configure default project_owner when creating projects through API key

    We're currently using the Atlas Service Broker (https://github.com/mongodb/atlas-osb) which is built using the native Atlas REST APIs.

    In the project creation, it creates the project using the POST /api/atlas/v1.0/groups endpoint via an API key. As a result, we have an unexpected user added as the project_owner of the project.

    THis is due to:
    IMPORTANT

    To create a project using API Key credentials, you must specify an orgId. When you do, Atlas automatically selects the Owner of the specified organization with the earliest account creation date and time as the Project Owner for the newly created project.

    The API…

    9 votes

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  20. Show max IOPS line on IOPS graphs

    When monitoring disk IOPS, it isn't immediately clear when we are limited on IOPS. Having a red limit line on the IOPS chart on the metrics tab would help here.

    7 votes

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