How your application runs depends on your database. Cloud Manager gives you the database performance visibility you need and a powerful suite of tools to help with performance tuning.
Don't let incidents turn into emergencies. Use our prebuilt alerts or create your own. Cloud Manager alerts can be sent to any channel from Slack to PagerDuty to Datadog.
Leverage our RESTful API or our packaged integrations to monitor MongoDB alongside the rest of your application infrastructure, all from a single pane of glass.
Experience hassle-free database management and be 20x more efficient in managing your databases. Cloud Manager automation lets you deploy, upgrade, and grow according to best practices, with ease and zero downtime. Reduce long lists of manual steps to a click of a button or an API call.
Disaster or fat finger mistakes can strike at any time. Cloud Manager simplifies your data recovery strategy with fully managed cloud backups featuring point-in-time recovery. Let dedicated, expert MongoDB engineers worry about protecting your data so you don't have to.
|Data Retention||24 hrs||Full Historical data||Full Historical data|
|Granularity||5 minute||2 minute||10 second|
|Real Time Performance Panel|
|Zero Downtime Upgrades and Downgrades|
|Automated Rolling Index Builds|
Frequently Asked Questions
Please add a credit card to your account prior to the expiration date to ensure that your service is not interrupted.
Your backup will not be affected when your trial period ends.
If you decline to purchase a monthly or yearly subscription, you will no longer have access to Cloud Manager’s automated deployment and upgrade features. You will also no longer have access to our APIs. You will still be able to use Cloud Manager to monitor your MongoDB deployments. With our free tier, you will receive 24 hrs of data retention and 5-minute granularity.
Pick your infrastructure. Cloud Manager can run on your servers in the public cloud, a private data center, or even on your laptop.
After you’ve installed Cloud Manager agents on your servers, create a new design for your system in the Cloud Manager self-service portal, either as a modification to an existing deployment or as a new deployment. Cloud Manager communicates the new design of your system to all agents.
The agents then create and follow a plan for implementing your new design. Using a sophisticated rules engine, agents continuously adjust their individual plans as conditions change. In the face of many failure scenarios — such as server failures and network partitions — agents will revise their plans to reach a safe state. This ensure that your system is deployed safely and reliably.
Connect to a single node in your cluster using the Cloud Manager web interface. The Cloud Manager monitoring agent connects to the node you selected and discovers all other nodes in your cluster. It then collects statistics from the nodes in your cluster and transmits them securely back to Cloud Manager. No MongoDB data is transmitted – only statistics and metadata.
After you have deployed a backup agent in your environment, the agent will conduct an initial sync of your MongoDB data to our fault-tolerant, geographically distributed data centers. Once the sync is complete, the backup agent streams encrypted and compressed MongoDB oplog data to Cloud Manager to provide continuous backup. This ensures that if your system does go down, the most recent backup is only moments behind, minimizing your exposure to data loss.