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I had a business case requiring a cost effective and quick storage solution for real time online sourced survey data from customers. A MongoDB instance would fit the need, so I quickly spun up a cluster on Mongo Atlas. Atlas was launched by MongoDB in 2016 as a database-as-a-service deployed on AWS. All instances for Atlas require TLS/SSL to connect. Currently, the Alteryx MongoDB connector does not support TLS/SSL connections and doesn't work against Atlas. So, I was left with a breakdown in my plan that would require manual intervention before ingesting data to Alteryx (not ideal).
Please consider expanding this functionality on all connectors. I am building Alteryx out in my agency as a data platform that handles sensitive customer information (name, address, email, etc.). Most tools I use to connect to secure servers today support this type of connection and should be a priority for Alteryx to resolve.