Atlas takes snapshots of serverless instances using the native snapshot capabilities of the serverless instances's cloud service provider.
If you delete a serverless instance, Atlas deletes all its associated backups.
Atlas offers the following backup options for serverless instances:
Serverless Continuous Backup
Atlas takes incremental snapshots of the data in your serverless instance every six hours and lets you restore the data from a selected point in time within the last 72 hours. Atlas also takes daily snapshots and retains these daily snapshots for 35 days. To learn more, see Serverless Instance Costs.
Atlas takes incremental snapshots of the data in your serverless instance every six hours and retains only the two most recent snapshots. You can use this option for free.
To learn more, see Configure Serverless Instance Backup.
You can't disable backup of serverless instances.
You can't download serverless instance snapshots.
Custom policies are not supported for serverless instance snapshots. Atlas always takes snapshots every six hours.
If you require finer-grained backups, consider migrating to a dedicated cluster.
Atlas doesn't support on-demand snapshots for serverless instances.
You can't restore snapshots from shared clusters, dedicated clusters, or from Cloud Manager to serverless instances.
You must have
Project Read Only access to the project to view
serverless instance snapshots.
Atlas displays existing snapshots on the Snapshots page.
To view your snapshots: