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  • Preconfigured Security Features
  • Required Security Features
  • Optional Security Features

MongoDB Atlas for Government and databases hosted in AtlasGov use TLS 1.2 to encrypt connections. This cannot be disabled.

You must configure the following secruity features:

A subset of commercial Atlas optional security features are available in AtlasGov with some limitations.

  • You must use KMS keys in AWS GovCloud regions to encrypt data in AWS GovCloud region-only projects. You must use KMS keys in AWS Standard regions to encrypt data in AWS Standard region-only projects.
  • AWS is the only supported cloud provider for AtlasGov.

See the Atlas documentation to configure Customer Key Management with AWS KMS.

  • You can only peer AWS GovCloud regions with MongoDB clusters in AWS GovCloud regions. You can only peer AWS Standard regions with MongoDB clusters in AWS Standard regions.
  • AWS is the only supported cloud provider for AtlasGov.

See the Atlas documentation to Set up a Network Peering Connection

  • You can only link AWS GovCloud regions with MongoDB clusters in AWS GovCloud regions. You can only link AWS Standard regions with MongoDB clusters in AWS Standard regions.
  • AWS is the only supported cloud provider for AtlasGov.

See the Atlas documentation to Set up a Private Endpoint.

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