MySQL for Beginners Part 3 | Using MySQL Workbench
In Part 3 of this MySQL for beginner’s guide, we’ll cover MySQL Workbench, set up a managed database cluster, and show how to run some sample queries. Check out part two here.
0:42 What is MySQL Workbench?
1:30 Setup a Managed Database Cluster
8:30 Test That Our Cluster Is Running
12:00 Download MySQL Workbench
13:14 Connect to our MySQL Cluster
18:45 An Overview of the MySQL Workbench UI
20:00 Running Sample Queries
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