I was poking around the menus but couldn’t find anything about this - is there any way to shut off the service automatically after a certain spend threshold is reached? I’m running a small but public app and want to protect myself against denial-of-wallet attacks. I know you can set alerts if it reaches over $X but in case I’m not close to a computer or it’s the middle of the night, I don’t want to be out thousands or more dollars
is there any way to shut off the service automatically after a certain spend threshold is reached?
There isn’t a feature to terminate serverless instances once a particular spend threshold is met.
If you’d like this type of feature to possibly be implemented in future, I would advise creating a feedback post in the MongoDB Feedback Engine in which you can describe the use case and others can vote for.
In saying so, I understand you’ve noted it’s a small app, would perhaps maybe a shared tier (M0 - M5) instance work better for your use case?