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  1. 3 votes

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Stefan, One great thing about GCP is the terrific storage performance built in: do you have a workload that would benefit from the unique attributes of local SSD, namely ultra low latency or random IO?

    There are tradeoffs to going down the road of offering local SSDs, namely it takes much longer to vertically scale because a rolling sync is required. There is a different durability profile as well.

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Bruno, For M10+ clusters have you checked out the Real-Time Performance Panel?

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Steven, Please see MongoDB Cloud Manager which is a sibling product to MongoDB Ops Manager delivered as a SaaS service: obviously the value prop is not the same as a truly end to end managed service like MongoDB Atlas, but this gives you a consistent look and feel and single sign on for managing your on-prem environments.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Pranav, It's important to be aware that Provisioned IOPS are not the same thing as general purpose IOPS: provisioned are guaranteed whereas general purpose are variable and best effort. This has real ramifications for many classes of workloads but not all.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Thanks for flagging this one Sebastian. We've developed a CloudFormation resource and will be looking into how we can weave that into an integrated CDK experience over time.

  6. 5 votes

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Andrew, You can always reach our Cloud Triage Associates in the lower-right chat icon within the UI: Are you looking for assistance in closing your account?

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Abdul, Please follow the instructions here: https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/tutorial/delete-atlas-account/index.html

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    1 comment  ·  Atlas » Performance Advisor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Julio,

    I realize this isn't precisely what you're looking for but in case it helps, you can programmatically access the Performance Advisor's recommendations via the API:
    https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/api/performance-advisor/

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Harshad,

    Great idea: it's unfortunately more complex to implement than it sounds, requiring some core changes to the authorization model on the database engine. I will share with the right people though.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Geoffrey, It's worth emphasizing that AzureAD with Domain Services can present the LDAPS protocol which Atlas supports

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Ion, Can you help share a little bit about your use case, and what this would help you achieve? Thank you
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Alona,

    Are you aware that you can set the write concern in the connection string?

    We are looking at changing the default write concern in an upcoming major version of the database engine: is it fair to assume you're looking to default to majority?

    Thanks
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Definitely a cool concept, Steven: I expect the team will want to reach out to you in future to discuss in depth

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Locus (I'm sorry your name isn't showing so apologies for calling you "Locus"),

    Thank you for flagging this issue; I regret the inconvenience this has caused you.

    Out of curiosity, do you use infrastructure as code automation? We have a Terraform provider for Atlas that may be beneficial to you: https://registry.terraform.io/providers/mongodb/mongodbatlas/latest/docs

    This paradigm allows you to declarative manage your infrastructure in code and deliver consistency across environments. I realize this is not a trivial undertaking if you don't use these tools today so do not share this lightly and apologize that we don't have the experience you're looking for today.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Klaus,

    Can you provide more detail on what you're aiming to use SNMP for and whether you're using SNMP in the public cloud more generally? We've not seen it come up outside the on-prem paradigm and want to make sure we're tracking the technologies customers are using.

    What are you looking to use SNMP for: alerting? could you use one of MongoDB Atlas's many other alerting destinations instead?

    Thanks

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Steven,

    The first-order cost contributor to an Atlas cluster is its compute (memory and CPU) requirements rather than storage size. Unfortunately larger and larger numbers of connections require more compute. Note that you may be able to optimize with connection pools.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Benjamin,

    You can actually do this within the scope of the project's own alert settings (rather than the organization scoped alerting).

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Geoffrey,

    Definitely a cool concept. I do want to make sure that you're aware that you can pull this data via an API endpoint programmatically https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/api/events and can from there route the data to a destination of your choice. You could probably do this with a scheduled Trigger powered by MongoDB Realm by the way: https://docs.mongodb.com/realm/triggers/scheduled-triggers

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Geoffrey,

    If we made it possible to alert on actions or deployments that meet or exceed certain criteria, would that offer a helpful mitigating control?

    Thanks
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Brian,

    Atlas contemplates the use case of being able to return to a point in time differently, through our Cloud Continuous Backups: these allow for up to the minute restores and leverage some of the same primitives that the replication system leverages (namely the internal oplog). This has the added benefit of giving you the ability to select the point of time to restore to rather than a specific delay period.

    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    H Geoffrey,

    The in-console Project and Organization level Activity Feed (which is also accessible via the Events API endpoint https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/reference/api/events) is actually retained for much longer than 30 days. At this time it is actually retained forever but we will likely be forced to cap it in future.

    For completeness, it's the database process logs and database audit logs which are maintained for 30 days.

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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    AdminAndrew Davidson (VP, Cloud Products, MongoDB) commented  · 

    Hi Tomek, Have you seen Atlas Online Archive by chance?

    Cheers
    -Andrew

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