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View All Clusters

The All Clusters view displays all deployments to which the user belongs. For an Ops Manager administrator, the view displays all deployments to which the administrator has access, not just those to which the administrator belongs. See mms.allclusters.onlyMembership.

Access All Clusters View

Access the All Clusters view by clicking on the Clusters link at the top left corner of MongoDB Atlas.

In the search box, you can enter the organization name, project name, or deployment name to search for specific organizations, projects, or deployments.

You can also use the dropdowns to filter the displayed list by Availability, deployment Type, MongoDB Version, and Configuration settings. If no projects within an Organization match the filter criteria, then that Organization will not appear in the results as well.


By default, deployments without any contact with a Monitoring Agent for the last 6 months are not displayed. To display these deployments, click Show Inactive Clusters.

deployment Details

The All Clusters view displays the deployments by Organization/Projects.

The view displays the following information for the deployment:

Field Description
Name The name of the deployment.
Version MongoDB Version of the deployment.
Data Size Size of the deployment data.
Nodes Number of nodes in the deployment.
Backup Backup enabled status.
SSL SSL enabled status.
Auth Authentication required status.
Alerts Number of open alerts.