Creating Aliases in MySQL Shell
MySQL Shell is a powerful way to connect to and manage MySQL instances. Connections can even be made to servers that are behind an SSH connection. In this post, we will discuss how to extend and customize MySQL Shell so that it is easier to initiate those connections.
Web-Konseil Unlocks Data Possibilities for their Clients with MySQL HeatWave
Web-Konseil is a web and digital agency based in Lyon, France. It develops websites and e-commerce applications for its clients using MySQL HeatWave in local Oracle data centers located in Paris and Marseille. MySQL HeatWave on OCI gives Web-Konseil a clear competitive advantage by offering their...
OCI MySQL Database Service – Backup Policy and Tags
MySQL Advent Calendar 2022 day 5 - How to use Backup Policies and Tags with MySQL Database Service in OCI
Connecting MySQL Shell Over SSH
Learn how we can use MySQL Shell to connect to a remote server over SSH.
Define the Backup Policy when deploying MySQL Database Service in OCI
Advent Calendar 2022 - This article describes how to define the backup policy when deploying MySQL Database Service in OCI with Terraform
MySQL Shell Alias For PowerShell
Creating aliases for MySQL Shell in PowerShell.
Always use MySQL Shell
Advent Calendar 2022 - How to always use MySQL Shell even if we are used to the old mysql command line client.
Howto connect to MySQL using a client certificate
In this article you will see how you can replace the user's password by an SSL X509 certificate to connect to MySQL.
MySQL Community Server
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