Temporary Access To MySQL
MySQL is a widely popular relational structured database management system, MySQL authorization is an ongoing process that checks each command, comparing it with the users account role and its associated privileges.
MySQL Access Controls
For many DevOps professionals, managing secure access to the company’s databases is a challenging task. You need to manage user permissions and authentication, as well as inevitable requests for temporary access for staff members and third-party vendors. These requests create an additional burden on your team, but ensuring controlled access to MySQL can be a straightforward process if you know how to do it correctly. In this blog post, we’ll discuss best practices for granting temporary MySQL access in an efficient and secure manner using Apono. We’ll talk about why it’s important that Temporary Access is properly managed, guidelines on which users should receive temporary credentials and how long the temporary credential should remain active for.
Using Apono To Provide Temporary Access to MySQL
Your first step in create an Apono account, you can start your journey here.
Follow the steps at our MySQL Integration Guide.
Now that Apono is set you can start creating Dynamic Access Flows:
- Automatic Approval Access Flows – Using admin defined context and pre defined role to provide automatic access to MySQL resources.
- Manual Approval Access Flows – Using admin defined context and pre defined role to provide automatic access to MySQL resources.
Using Apono declarative access flow creator you will be able to simply define:
- User Group (round-robin)
- Single User
- Automatic – Contextual
- User Group
- Single User
- Single Resource
- Pre-Defined Resource Group
- Partition of a resource
- By Hours
- By Days
Example: MySQL Automatic Approval Access Flow:
Example: MySQL Manual Approval Workflow:
Ofir is the CTO and Co-founder at Apono. Ofir is a feisty tennis and volleyball player! Throughout his experience Ofir was a Software Development Team Lead at Logz.io. Previously he served as Connectivity Team Lead at the Israeli Air Force. Ofir holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.