MongoDB Integration


MongoDB is a source-available, cross-platform, document-oriented database program. Classified as a NoSQL database product, MongoDB utilizes JSON-like documents with optional schemas.


  • Logsign 6.4.10+ versions support this integration.

Configure On Logsign

  1. Login to your Logsign UI.
  2. Click Settings > Data Collection > +Device.
  3. Define the settings as follows:
  • Select the MongoDB.
  • Host: Define the host of the MongoDB to be integrated with Logsign. 
  • Username: Define the username.
  • Password: Define the password.
  • Database: Define the database.
  • Authentication Database:The name of the database to which the user you defined for retrieving logs has access. If you are using a user with root privileges, you can specify any database.
  • Collection: Define the collection. 
  1. Click the Check Connection button.
  1. Define the settings are completed as follows:
  • Position Column: The selected column here tracks a column that Logsign will use to avoid retrieving duplicate logs. This can be an object ID or a timestamp. For the example database, a column for the time example can be written as follows.

 Example 1 - Time Position:

In a collection with a time column, the field type only supports the ISODATE format.

Example database:




Example 2 - ObjectID Position:

If you want to use the default `_id` column provided by MongoDB, you can proceed as follows.

Example database:


  • Period: Specify the period.
  • Data Policy: If you have a Data Policy to add for the source, please add it.
  • Check Health: If there is a Health Check Period you want to define, click Check Health.
  • Device Name: Define the Device Name.
  • Tags: If you want to add any tags, please define it.
  • Roles: If you want to specify any roles, please select it.

  1. Click the Save button.
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