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Atlas Kubernetes Operator is a new service that integrates Atlas resources with your Kubernetes cluster. You can now deploy and manage the lifecycle of your cloud-native applications that need data services in a single control plane with secure enterprise platform integration.
To learn more, see Quick Start.
You can use Atlas Kubernetes Operator to manage resources in Atlas without leaving
Kubernetes. You deploy Atlas Kubernetes Operator into Kubernetes clusters. Atlas Kubernetes Operator
manages resources in Atlas based on Kubernetes custom resources. It ensures that the state of the projects,
database deployments, and database users in Atlas matches the
configurations in each
AtlasProject Custom Resource,
AtlasDeployment Custom Resource, and
AtlasDatabaseUser Custom Resource that you
create in your Kubernetes cluster.
Atlas Kubernetes Operator supports many advanced features within the Custom Resources, such as X509 authentication, private endpoints in Azure and AWS, and advanced multi-cloud and multi-region clusters.
Create your first cluster in Atlas with Atlas Kubernetes Operator.
Configure Atlas Kubernetes Operator access to Atlas.
Set up X509 authentication.
Manage private endpoints.
Set up network peering.
Set up unified access for an AWS IAM role.
Create or update custom database roles.
Set up database auditing.
Set up cloud backup.
Set up teams.
Configure the maintenance window during which Atlas starts weekly maintenance on your database deployments.
Integrate with third-party services.