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.
It's extremely important to know about auto-scaling events for both performance and cost. This needs to be configurable in the same way as other alerts to that notifications can be sent to Email, Slack, PagerDuty, Webhook, etc., so the event is not overlooked.
This is an important feature.
Sunny Singhal commented
This is an important feature for better monitoring and incidence management.
This is an important feature indeed.
Mintu Sah commented
It is a very important feature to notify team members about auto-scaling specially via slack.
we would like to share important events like these with team members without having to rely on email.
It should be added to the regular alerts configuration
Every time a scaling event occurs it causes a blip in our connectivity. Would love to have a way to correlate this in our logs and so having it as a medium other than email would help immensely.
+1 to this feature requirement
We need this feature at any cost , please add this in your next release.
Please--it's counterintuitive that something within the system arbitrarily emails project owners. If you're going to alert us about events, let us configure them! We want to be able to integrate these events into slack or pagerduty without adding an integration email as a Project Owner.
This would be great help for us to get the alert diverted to any monitoring Tools.
This would be great for us. Thank you.
Also would like when a scale-down event has occurred to be configurable. Please bring this idea to life :)