Managing Your Own Databases is a Task of the Past with Linode’s Managed Database Platform
Our new managed database service is now in open beta for new and existing customers! In this video, we’ll cover how Managed Databases allow you to quickly deploy a new database and defer management tasks like configurations, managing high availability, disaster recovery, backups, and data replication.
1:10 Creating a Database
3:38 Connecting to your Database Cluster
4:40 Setting Up A Self-Managed MySQL Linode
7:10 Securing MySQL Installation
9:14 Configuring ufw Firewall
10:40 More Managed Database Information
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