In this KB
- What is MySQL Workbench
- How to connect MySQL Workbench with your Cloudways server
- How to manage and edit your database with MySQL Workbench
MySQL Workbench is a unified visual tool for database management. It provides data modeling, SQL development, and comprehensive administration tools for server configuration and user administration. MySQL Workbench is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.
We recommend using it instead of our Cloudways MySQL Manager for databases bigger than 200MB.
To download the MySQL Workbench tool, click here.
Step 1: Download MySQL Workbench
As shown in the image above, simply click on the Download Now button to download the MySQL Workbench.
Step 2: Using MySQL Workbench
To start using this tool, open the tool and select the New Connection option on the screen. It will make a new connection to the database server.
Step 3(a): Get SSH and MySQL Credentials
Before making a connection, note down your Master (or Application) and MySQL credentials. Your Master Credentials are used as SSH username and password. If you are a team member, you will use your application credentials for the same.
Your MySQL credentials can be retrieved from the Access Detail section under the Application Management area.
Step 3(b): Set Up a New Connection
Please follow the steps below to Setup A New Connection
1- Type the Connection Name: Mysql Connection
2- Select Standard TCP/IP over SSH — from Connection Method
3- SSH Hostname : 184.108.40.206:22
4- SSH Username: sykrrffspf
5- SSH password: Click on store in vault and enter Your_SSH_Password and click ok
6- MySQL Hostname : 127.0.0.1
7- MySQL username: sykrrffspf
8- MySQL Server Port: 3306
9- MySQL Password: Click on store in vault and enter Your_Mysql_Password
10 Click on ok
Step 4: Now Double-Click on the Connection You have Just Created
Click on the created connection to connect to your database.
Step 5: Edit And Manage Your Database
That’s it! Now you are ready to manage your database as you like.
- Cloudways offers several options to access MySQL database, including web-based database manager and MySQL remote connections.