Fast, secure, and highly available MongoDB
service for any scale
MongoDB Atlas is a cloud-hosted MongoDB service engineered and run by the same team that builds the database. It incorporates operational best practices we’ve learned from optimizing thousands of deployments across startups and the Fortune 100. Build on MongoDB Atlas with confidence, knowing you no longer need to worry about database management, setup and configuration, software patching, monitoring, backups, or operating a reliable, distributed database cluster.
Create and deploy a cluster in minutes. Modify your cluster with zero downtime.
Secure from the start
Authentication, network isolation, encryption, and role-based access controls keep your data protected.
MongoDB Atlas makes it easy to scale up or out at the push of a button.
Global and highly available
Clusters are geo-distributed fault-tolerant, and self healing. Deploy across multiple regions for even better guarantees and local reads.
MongoDB Atlas includes a continuous backup solution with point-in-time restores and queryable snapshots.
Full performance visibility
Optimized dashboards highlight key historical metrics. View performance in real-time, customize alerts, or dig into the details with ease.
A comprehensive MongoDB
service like no other
As the company behind MongoDB, we’re able to deliver a service with advanced features that integrate seamlessly with the newest database capabilities as soon as they are released. You also gain access to support from the same team that builds the latest database functionality, guaranteeing you the best experience with MongoDB.
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Live migrate your data to MongoDB Atlas
Supporting an app with a MongoDB cluster running somewhere else? No problem — We make it simple to live migrate your data into MongoDB Atlas with minimal impact to your application.
Explore your data
The data explorer in MongoDB Atlas is a convenient way to run queries, view metadata about your collections, and monitor index usage.
Query snapshots & restore documents in minutes
Accidentally delete an important document? Rather than restore your whole database to get it back, Atlas allows you to perform queries against your backup snapshots and restore data at the document level in minutes.
View performance metrics in real-time
See what’s going on in your cluster live so you can react quickly. In addition to showing memory usage, network in/out, and operations, the real-time performance panel also highlights your hottest collections and slowest-running queries.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I move my existing deployment to MongoDB Atlas?
You can easily move an existing replica set to MongoDB Atlas with minimal impact to your application using the live migration feature in the application. Live migration works by keeping a replica set in MongoDB Atlas in sync with your source replica set until you’re ready to cut over.
How does MongoDB Atlas Secure My Data?
Each MongoDB Atlas group is provisioned into its own VPC, thus isolating your data and underlying systems from other MongoDB Atlas users. Network encryption and access control are configured by default, and IP whitelists allow you to specify a specific range of IP addresses against which access will be granted. All security-specific updates to the operating system and database of the underlying instances are automatically applied by MongoDB engineers.
Does MongoDB Atlas meet compliance standards that test for data safety, privacy, or security?
Service Organization Control (SOC) Reports are independent third-party examination reports that demonstrate how the MongoDB Atlas service achieves key compliance controls and objectives. The purpose of these reports is to help you and your auditors understand the controls established to support operations and compliance.
A Type 1 SOC 2 Report: Security was completed on May 31st, 2017.
MongoDB, Inc. is also certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Learn more about MongoDB Cloud Services Compliance.
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