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Atlas Administration API Resources

Important

Each Atlas API has its own resources and requires initial setup. The Data API also uses different access keys from the Atlas Administration API and the App Services Admin API.

To learn more, see APIs.

Note

Groups and projects are synonymous terms. Your {GROUP-ID} is the same as your project ID. For existing groups, your group/project ID remains the same. The resource and corresponding endpoints use the term groups.

The Atlas Administration API provides the resources listed here. The resources give programmatic access to Atlas's features. For information on the API's principles and conventions, see API.

The Atlas Administration API provides the following resources:

Root

The starting point for the Atlas Administration API.

Retrieves and edits the database users who have access to your MongoDB clusters.
Retrieves and edits custom roles, which specify a custom set of user privileges on your Atlas project.
Retrieves and edits the project IP access list, which controls client access to MongoDB clusters in a given Atlas project.
Retrieve, rename, or delete Atlas organizations. Invite users to an organization. Update or delete invitations.
Retrieve invoices for any given Atlas organization.
Retrieves or creates projects in any given Atlas organization.
Retrieves, creates, edits, or deletes teams for any given Atlas organization.
Create, retrieve, update, or delete a cluster in a given Atlas project. Retrieve or update advanced cluster options for a cluster in a given Atlas project.
Create, retrieve, update, or delete a multi-cloud cluster in a given Atlas project.
Create, retrieve, update, or delete a serverless instance in a given Atlas project.
Add, remove, and retrieve namespaces, and add and remove custom zone mappings associated with Global Clusters.
Retrieves and acknowledges alerts.
Retrieves and edits alert configurations, which define the conditions that trigger alerts and the methods of notification.
Retrieves and edits preferred maintenance windows. These windows set when you would prefer Atlas runs its regular maintenance.
Create an LDAP configuration request for an Atlas project.
Returns, adds, edits, and removes federation-related features such as role mappings and connected organization configurations.
Retrieves and edits Atlas Search index configurations and analyzers.
Enables you to view snapshot metadata, edit snapshot expiration dates, and remove existing snapshots. A snapshot is a backup of your data captured at a specific point in time.
View or edit the cluster's backup snapshot schedule.
Create and retrieve restores jobs for a MongoDB cluster. A restore job restores a MongoDB cluster to its state from an existing snapshot or a specific Continuous Cloud Backup.
View and delete backup snapshots for an Atlas cluster with Back Up Your Database Deployment enabled.
Create or View restore jobs for an Atlas cluster with Back Up Your Database Deployment enabled.
View and modify the snapshot schedule and retention settings for an Atlas cluster with Back Up Your Database Deployment enabled.
Create, retrieve, and delete snapshot export buckets and export jobs for an Atlas cluster with Back Up Your Database Deployment enabled.
View backup snapshots for an M2 or M5 shared cluster.
View and create restore jobs from an M2 or M5 shared cluster.
Retrieve checkpoints metadata. Checkpoints are additional restore points for sharded clusters at points in time between regular snapshots.
API for managing VPC peering.
API for managing private endpoints for Atlas dedicated clusters.
API for managing private endpoints for Atlas serverless instances.
API for managing programmatic API keys.
Retrieve monitoring and logging data for MongoDB processes in a Atlas project.
Retrieve existing and suggested indexes for a deployment, as well as the namespaces on which slow queries were run and the queries that were slow. To learn about monitoring slow queries, see the Performance Advisor monitoring page.
View or edit the project's database auditing configuration.
Enable, disable, configure, and retrieve configuration for Encryption at Rest.
Create or manage Atlas users.
Create or manage AWS IAM roles.
Retrieve events for an Atlas organization or project.
View the list of all authentication attempts made against a cluster.
Manage the Atlas Data Federation configuration for a project.
Create a rolling index for a cluster.
Retrieve and update custom DNS configuration for an Atlas project's clusters deployed to AWS.
List, create, and validate push live migrations of deployments to Atlas.
List, create, and validate push live migrations of deployments to Atlas.
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