Announcing GA of the MongoDB Atlas Operator for Kubernetes
We’re excited to announce the general availability of the Atlas Kubernetes Operator , the best way to use MongoDB with Kubernetes. The Atlas Kubernetes Operator makes it easy to deploy, manage, and access MongoDB Atlas from your preferred Kubernetes distribution. When the operator is installed into your Kubernetes environment, it exposes Kubernetes custom resources to fully manage projects, deployments (clusters and serverless instances), network access (IP Access Lists and Private Endpoints), database users, backup, and more. For a full list of capabilities, check out the Atlas Operator documentation . The Atlas Operator is designed to Kubernetes standards. It’s open source and built with the CNCF Operator Framework, so you can have confidence that it will work with your Kubernetes environment. The Operator supports any Certified Kubernetes Distribution and is OpenShift-certified . With the Operator, you can easily manage your Atlas resources directly from Kubernetes, using the Kubernetes API. This means no switching between systems: you can manage your containerized applications and the data layer powering them from a single control plane. This also makes it easy to integrate Atlas into your Kubernetes-native CI/CD pipelines, automatically setting up and tearing down infrastructure as part of your deployment process. Why Kubernetes and MongoDB Atlas? Atlas is a multi-cloud document database that provides the versatility you need to build sophisticated and resilient applications. It has built-in high availability, is easily scalable, and is flexible enough to support rapid iteration and shipping of new application features. This makes it a great fit for the modern development and deployment practices that containerization and Kubernetes support. It’s also incredibly simple to deploy multi-cloud clusters or move between clouds on Atlas — a good match for the portability that containers provide. Learn more about the Atlas Operator for Kubernetes or get going right away with the Atlas Operator Quick Start .
Introducing: MongoDB CLI Atlas Quick Start
Expedite your intro to Atlas with MongoDB CLI quick start Atlas is built by developers for developers, and where do developers work? In the terminal. But the terminal can feel like a bit of black box (no pun intended) because there’s often little to no guidance when getting started. Developers are often left jumping in and out of the terminal to visit documentation for next steps and critical commands creating a flawed workflow that’s draining on productivity. But not anymore — The MongoDB CLI Atlas quick start provides a guided, interactive workflow that lets developers work from where they both need and want. The MongoDB CLI Atlas quick start allows you to spin up a fully functional, new cluster on Atlas in minutes without ever leaving your terminal. This guided experience streamlines the set up process in the CLI so you can begin working within Atlas, faster. For more information, check out our MongoDB CLI page and documentation . Demo Watch this short demo from our most recent MongoDB .live event to help you get started. Stay tuned We look forward to sharing more updates with you in the near future! We encourage you to share your suggestions and feedback with us in our CLI feedback engine so we can prioritize working on what helps you work best. Get started with MongoDB Atlas today!