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  1. Manage Database by Kubernetes Operator

    In our use case, we are dynamically creating feature environments based on the branch name. During this process, we are also creating MongoDB databases in the same Atlas cluster (different envs are sharing the same cluster but with different database names). For now, we need to do it with a separate CI step that should create this DB and delete it when the env is deleted.

    It would be great to have the possibility to manage DB create/delete process with Kubernetes CRD. For now it's the only 1 missing feature that is blocking us to start using Operator.

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    This is something we're considering for the future. 


    But the biggest problem we need to solve is that it's incredibly easy to create/delete/update databases within a deployment via many other interfaces. But if this happens, the Operator's source of truth (the custom resources) won't contain the changes, and the Operator would overwrite the changes using it's source of truth.

  2. Use kubernetes Atlas operator to create and manage only users

    We are already managing the Atlas project using terraform and do not want to have two separate tools managing the same resource. We would still like to generate atlas users automatically through the operator. If there was a method of just providing the project ID as a string like we are able to in the terraform resource definition, this would not be a problem.

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    We're planning an investigation into this in Q2 (May-July for us). It's something more than one customer has asked for and allowing an Atlas ID to be used rather than a reference for another K8s resource feels like a reasonable approach. 


    No commitments for now till we've investigated in a little more detail. 

  3. Integrated Benchmark utility for mongodb

    I would like to request a mongodb utility which can do benchmark tests and can be used by developers and DBA to test mongodb for release changes, application code changes etc. The utlity should be able to simulate multiple users and produce different types of workloads (like reads, updates, deletes, inserts etc). This would need to be similar to other nosql benchmark tool like asbench used in aerospike nosql database.
    Link is : https://docs.aerospike.com/tools/asbench

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  4. 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!

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  5. snapshots without indexes

    It would be great to have the option to save Atlas backup snapshots without indexes. When using TTL indexes, when the data is restored, it is automatically removed because it is expired. Being able to create snapshots without indexes would save a lot of time to the current workaround.

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  6. Kotlin support and Tutorials

    Add Tutorials and Native support for Kotlin language. Preferable with ktor as the server

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  7. Allow suggest password feature

    In both mobile and desktop version of Chrome and Safari, there is a feature for automatically generating a strong password.

    In the registration form for MongoDB Atlas, the password field in the registration form cannot take values entered this way. Please add this feature since password managers are in fact quite normal in this era.

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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.

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