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The All Clusters view displays all clusters to which the user belongs.

Access All Clusters View

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

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

You can also use the dropdowns to filter the displayed list by Availability, cluster Type, MongoDB Version, and Configuration settings.

Note

By default, clusters without any contact with Atlas for the last 6 months are not displayed. To display these clusters, click Show Inactive Clusters.

The view displays the following information for the cluster:

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

Cluster Details

The Cluster Detail view displays the clusters by Project.

Access the Cluster Detail view by either selecting a project from the All Clusters view, or selecting the desired project from the Context dropdown in the left navigation.

This view displays the following information for the clusters in the selected project:

Field Description
Cluster Name Name of the cluster.
Version MongoDB Version of the cluster.
Instance Size Instance size of the cluster.
Region Cloud region where the cluster is hosted.
Type Type of structure for the cluster (i.e., Replica Set or Sharded Cluster), and number of nodes in the cluster.
Linked Stitch App Name of the MongoDB Stitch application linked to this cluster, if appropriate.

This view also displays the following high-level metrics for each cluster:

  • Read / write operations per second.
  • Number of open connections to the cluster.
  • Logical size of cluster data.
  • Cluster disk IOPS (Available on M10+ clusters).

Note

Atlas pauses monitoring for these metrics on M0 Free Tier clusters which have had no connection activity for 14 days. Atlas notifies you of clusters in this state in the Cluster Detail view and shows limited details for these clusters. Monitoring resumes once a successful connection occurs through the Atlas API, Driver, Mongo Shell, or Data Explorer.