MongoDB auditing is a feature that allows administrators and developers like yourself to track and record operations for a database. This is critical in ensuring data integrity, information security, and regulatory compliance. It also provides a detailed view of operations that are important to the business or that may affect data security. These operations include, but are not limited to, data modifications, management, and authentication operations.

There are several benefits to implementing an auditing strategy in MongoDB. The first is security. By tracking activities, you can identify anomalous or suspicious behavior patterns. This can help you detect unauthorized access attempts or an internal compromise. The second is conformity ...

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