MySQL is a reliable and secure open-source relational database system. It serves as the main data store for various applications, websites, and products. This includes mission-critical applications and dynamic websites.
Microsoft enables developers to create cloud-hosted MySQL databases.
Through this integration, Apono helps you securely manage access to your Azure MySQL databases.
Before starting this integration, create the items listed in the following table.
|Apono Connector||On-prem connection serving as a bridge between an Azure MySQL database instance and Apono|
Minimum Required Version: 1.3.0
Use the following steps to update an existing connector:
|MySQL Info||Information for the database instance to be integrated:|
You must create a user in your MySQL instance for the Apono connector and grant that user permissions to your databases.
Use the following steps to create a user and grant it permissions:
In your preferred client tool, create a new user. Be sure to set a strong password for the user.
CREATE USER 'apono_connector'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
Expose databases to the user. This allows Apono to view database names without accessing the contents of each database.
GRANT SHOW DATABASES ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%';
Grant the user database permissions.
The following commands grant Apono the following permissions:
- Creating users
- Updating user information and privileges
- Monitoring and troubleshooting processes running on the database
GRANT CREATE USER ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%'; GRANT UPDATE ON mysql.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%'; GRANT PROCESS ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%';
Grant the user only one of the following sets of permissions. The chosen set defines the highest level of permissions to provision with Apono.
Expand each of the following options to reveal the SQL commands:
READ_ONLY: Allows Apono to read data from databases
GRANT SELECT ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%'; GRANT GRANT OPTION ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%';
READ_WRITE: Allows Apono to read and modify data
GRANT SELECT,ALTER,ALTER ROUTINE,CREATE,CREATE ROUTINE,CREATE TEMPORARY TABLES,CREATE VIEW,DELETE,INDEX,INSERT,TRIGGER,UPDATE ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%'; GRANT GRANT OPTION ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%';
ADMIN: Allows Apono administrative-level access, including the ability to execute and drop tables
GRANT EXECUTE,DROP,SELECT,ALTER,ALTER ROUTINE,CREATE,CREATE ROUTINE,CREATE TEMPORARY TABLES,CREATE VIEW,DELETE,INDEX,INSERT,TRIGGER,UPDATE ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%'; GRANT GRANT OPTION ON *.* TO 'apono_connector'@'%';
- (MySQL 8.0+) Grant the service account the authority to manage other roles. This enables Apono to create, alter, and drop roles. However, this role does not inherently grant specific database access permissions.
GRANT ROLE_ADMIN on *.* to 'apono_connector';
- Using the credentials from step 1, create a secret for the database instance and associate it to the Azure connector.
You can now integrate Azure MySQL.
Use the following steps to complete the integration:
- On the Catalog tab, click Azure MySQL. The Connect Azure MySQL page appears.
- From the dropdown menu, select a connector.
- Click Next. The Complete setup page appears.
- Enter a unique, alphanumeric, user-friendly Integration Name. This name is used to identify this integration when constructing an Access Flow.
- Enter the Hostname of the MySQL instance to connect.
- (Optional) Enter the Port value for the database. By default, Apono sets this value to 3306.
- Under Secret Store, associate the Azure Key Vault secret.
- Click Connect.
Now that you have completed this integration, you can create access flows that grant permission to your Azure MySQL database instance.
Updated 4 days ago