Secure your data with Read-Only Mode, which can be set for a specific collection or an entire connection.
Part 2 of our MongoDB Users & Roles Explained series walks you through how to enable access control on a three data-bearing node replica set, create the first user making use of the localhost exception, and grant the needed MongoDB roles.
Read Part 1 of our MongoDB Users and Roles Explained series to learn about the basics of MongoDB authentication, authorization, and user and role management.
Avoid mixing up test and production data by color-coding your databases and collections.
Learn about LDAP and Kerberos, the two authentication methods supported by the MongoDB Enterprise server.
Learn how to set up a user administrator and enable user authentication on your MongoDB server.