Integrate with Third-Party Monitoring Services¶
You can integrate Atlas with third-party monitoring services to receive Atlas alerts in various external monitoring services.
Currently, serverless instance metrics don't support any third-party monitoring services (for example, Datadog).
View / Modify Third-Party Settings¶
To modify third-party integration settings:
Navigate to the Integrations page for your project.¶
- If it is not already displayed, select the organization that contains your desired project from the Organizations menu in the navigation bar.
- If it is not already displayed, select your desired project from the Projects menu in the navigation bar.
- Next to the Projects menu, expand the Options menu, then click Integrations.
Configure the third-party integrations you want to enable.¶
Click Configure for the third-party service you wish to modify. You can set one or more of the following:
PagerDuty Service Key
Sets a default service key for alert notifications sent to a PagerDuty account. Atlas enters the key by default when you add a PagerDuty notification to an alert configuration. If you add PagerDuty notifications and if the key used to send the notifications becomes invalid, Atlas sends an email to the project owner and eventually removes the key.
You can add PagerDuty notifications only for alerts that require user acknowledgement. Informational alerts, such as the alert that a user has joined a project, cannot use this notification method.
Users can acknowledge PagerDuty alerts only from the PagerDuty dashboard.
PagerDuty decommissioned their REST API v1 key in October 2018. If you have a v1 key, you can continue to use that key with Atlas. All new PagerDuty keys use their REST API v2, but Atlas does not support their v2 keys. If you don't have their REST API v1 key, use the PagerDuty Events API v1 instead.
Sets default values for alert notifications sent to Flowdock. Atlas enters the values by default when you add a Flowdock notification to an alert configuration. If you add Flowdock notifications, and if credentials to send notifications become invalid, Atlas sends an email to the project owner and eventually removes the credentials.
Set the following:
Sets a team name, API token and a channel name for alert notifications sent to a Slack account. To configure a Slack integration with OAuth2, click Configure and then Sign in with Slack.
When you sign in, you are taken to a Slack landing page where you may select a workspace and configure permissions. After configuring Slack to connect to Atlas, your API token is automatically generated and maintained. Atlas redirects you back to the Integrations page.
After initially configuring Slack with Atlas, you can Edit or Remove the integration. When you edit the integration, Atlas displays your team name and API token, and allow you to change your channel name.
Legacy Token Deprecation
Atlas deprecated legacy tokens. You can't configure a new Slack integration with legacy tokens.
You can continue to use legacy tokens if you used them to configure a Slack integration before Atlas deprecated legacy tokens. However, you can't edit your legacy tokens. You must reconfigure your Slack integration with OAuth2 if you need to edit the token configuration.
Adds a Webhook URL endpoint to which Atlas can
send alert notifications for programmatic processing. Atlas
sends an alert notification as an HTTP POST request. The
request body contains a JSON document that uses the same
format as the Atlas Administration API
Atlas adds a request header called
If you specify a key in the Webhook Secret field,
Atlas adds the
To send alert notifications to a Webhook, select the Webhook notification option when creating or editing an alert. If you add a Webhook notification and the URL or optional key becomes invalid, Atlas sends an email to the project owner and eventually removes the Webhook settings.
If your firewall configuration requires it, allow access from Atlas IP addresses so that Atlas can communicate with your webhook.
Sets an API key and Routing key for alert notifications sent to a Splunk On-Call (formerly VictorOps) account. Atlas uses this information as the default settings when configuring alerts.
OpsGenie API Key
Sets an API key for alert notifications sent to an OpsGenie account. This will be used as the default OpsGenie API key when configuring alerts.
New Relic Settings
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. Consider configuring an alternative monitoring integration before June 16th to maintain visibility into your MongoDB deployments.
Configures Atlas 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. Atlas sends New Relic the same metric data as displayed in Atlas cluster metrics.
If any of the keys later become invalid, Atlas sends an email to the project owner and eventually removes the invalid credentials.
Configures Atlas to send metric data about your deployment to Datadog. You can view these metrics in your Datadog dashboards. To discover the detailed list of all Atlas metrics that Datadog tracks, refer to the Datadog Integration page.
Connects you to the relevant SumoLogic documentation for configuring SumoLogic with Atlas. You don't need to configure any settings within Atlas to set up a SumoLogic integration.