1. Cloud Provider Direct Connect for Enhanced AI Data Processing with MongoDB Atlas


    To establish a Direct Connect for enhanced AI data processing using MongoDB Atlas, you need to set up a MongoDB Atlas Cluster and configure it according to your data processing and AI needs. MongoDB Atlas is a fully-managed cloud database service that provides resizable and configurable MongoDB clusters in the cloud.

    In the context of Pulumi and MongoDB Atlas, we can use the mongodbatlas package to create a MongoDB Atlas Cluster programmatically. Pulumi is an infrastructure as code tool that lets you define and manage cloud resources using programming languages like Python.

    Here's how you can achieve that with Pulumi in Python:

    1. MongoDB Atlas Cluster: The mongodbatlas.Cluster class allows you to create and manage a MongoDB cluster on Atlas. You'll specify the cluster configuration, such as instance size, region, number of shards, and disk size, that is suitable for your AI workloads.

    2. Auditing and Encryption: For enhanced security, you can use the mongodbatlas.Auditing and mongodbatlas.EncryptionAtRest classes to configure auditing and encryption at rest for your cluster. These ensure that access to your cluster is logged and that your data is encrypted when stored on disk.

    3. Direct Connect: To establish a high-speed, dedicated connection between your cloud provider's infrastructure and MongoDB Atlas, you'll need to configure a cloud provider access setup. However, Pulumi's mongodbatlas package does not have a direct resource for setting up Direct Connect. Instead, you would generally set up a VPC peering connection or configure private endpoints for this purpose, which can be done using cloud-specific Pulumi resources or the MongoDB Atlas UI.

    Let's look at a Pulumi program in Python to create a MongoDB Atlas cluster suitable for AI processing. This program assumes you have already set up your MongoDB Atlas account and have the necessary project and organization IDs. Replace the placeholder values with your actual configuration details.

    import pulumi import pulumi_mongodbatlas as mongodbatlas # Configure the MongoDB cluster according to your AI workload requirements # Replace 'my_project_id' with your actual project ID cluster = mongodbatlas.Cluster( "my-cluster", projectId="my_project_id", providerName="AWS", # Choose the cloud provider where your workloads run providerRegionName="us-east-1", # Region matching your cloud provider's region for Direct Connect clusterType="REPLICASET", # Cluster type can be `REPLICASET`, `SHARDED`, or `GEOSHARDED` replicationFactor=3, # Number of replica set nodes providerInstanceSizeName="M10", # Instance size, choose based on your AI processing needs providerDiskIops=100, # Disk IOPS, consult MongoDB Atlas documentation for appropriate values backupEnabled=True, # Enable backups diskSizeGb=100, # Disk size in GB, choose based on your requirements mongoDbMajorVersion="4.4", # MongoDB version # Advanced Configuration settings like the biConnector, encryption, etc., can be configured here. ) # Enable encryption at rest using AWS Key Management Service (KMS) encryption_at_rest = mongodbatlas.EncryptionAtRest( "my-encryption", projectId="my_project_id", awsKmsConfig=mongodbatlas.EncryptionAtRestAwsKmsConfigArgs( enabled=True, # Replace these with your KMS details accessKeyId="my-access-key-id", secretAccessKey="my-secret-access-key", customerMasterKeyId="my-cm-key-id", region="us-east-1" ) ) # Optionally, configure auditing to log access to the cluster auditing = mongodbatlas.Auditing( "my-auditing", projectId="my_project_id", enabled=True, # Define your auditing filters here based on access patterns and compliance needs auditFilter="{ 'atype' : 'authenticate', 'result' : 'success', 'param.db' : 'admin' }", ) # Exporting the cluster's connection string pulumi.export("connection_string", cluster.connectionStrings.apply(lambda cs: cs["standardSrv"]))

    This Pulumi program will initiate the creation of a MongoDB Atlas cluster that you can use for AI data processing. The connection_string export provides you with the connection string you need to access the MongoDB cluster from your application or AI processing tools.

    Please note, Direct Connect configurations would typically be handled outside of the mongodbatlas package and depend on your specific cloud provider and networking requirements. You would also manage appropriate network peering or private endpoints in accordance with your specific cloud provider's best practices. This can either be done manually through the MongoDB Atlas UI or by using the cloud provider-specific services with Pulumi (e.g., aws.DirectConnectGateway for AWS).