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Integrate with Third-Party Monitoring Services

Note

Available with Cloud Manager Standard and Cloud Manager Premium. For more information, Contact MongoDB.

You can integrate Cloud Manager with third-party monitoring services to view and analyze performance metrics that Cloud Manager collects about your cluster.

View or Modify Third-Party Settings

To modify third-party integration settings:

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Configure the third-party integrations you want to enable.

Click Configure for the third-party service you wish to modify. You can configure settings for the following third-party services:

Third-Party Service Configuration Details
New Relic Settings

Important

Effective Wednesday, June 16th, 2021, New Relic no longer supports the plugin-based integration with MongoDB. We do not recommend that you sign up for the plugin-based integration. To learn more, see the New Relic Plugin EOL Statement. As an alternative, consider New Relic’s MongoDB monitoring integration.

Configures Cloud Manager to send metric data about your deployment to New Relic for viewing through the New Relic MongoDB plugin. You can also use Insights for New Relic to run analytics on the collected data. Cloud Manager sends New Relic the same metric data as displayed in Cloud Manager cluster metrics.

To learn more, see Integrate with New Relic.

PagerDuty Settings

Configures Cloud Manager to send metric data about your deployment to your PagerDuty account. To learn more, see Integrate with PagerDuty.

Note

All new PagerDuty keys use their Events API v2.

If you have an Events API v1 key, you can continue to use that key with MongoDB Atlas.

Prometheus Settings Configures Cloud Manager to send metric data about your deployment to your Prometheus instance. To learn more, see Integrate with Prometheus.

Build Monitoring Integrations

You can build a monitoring integration using the Cloud Manager API monitoring and alerts endpoints