Migrating SQL Data to App42 PaaS MySQL Service

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App42 PaaS provides a simple and easy way to migrate your existing SQL data on App42 PaaS MySQL service.
It provides you with dual options of having direct access and also easy control of your database using App42 PaaS interactive console as well as through Command Line Tool (CLI). All the manual work you were doing like taking backup of your data from time to time or monitoring of service, would be done automatically.
You just have to define your backup configuration and rest will be taken care by App42 PaaS

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Migrating SQL Data to App42 PaaS MySQL Service

  1. 1. Migrating SQL Data to App42 PaaS MySQL Service
  2. 2. Agenda Why App42 PaaS Overview Prerequisites Steps Conclusion
  3. 3. App42 PaaS provides a simple and easy way to migrate your existing SQL data on App42 PaaS MySQL service It provides you with dual options of having direct access and also easy control of your database using App42 PaaS interactive console as well as through Command Line Tool (CLI) All the manual work you were doing like taking backup of your data from time to time or monitoring of service, would be done automatically. You just have to define your backup configuration and rest will be taken care by App42 PaaS Scenario
  4. 4. Local data Data On App42 PaaS Access your data from anywhere Overview
  5. 5. Prerequisites Login with PaaSHQ Dashboard 1. Register with App42 PaaS 2. Install and configure App42 PaaS Client OR
  6. 6. Steps Create MySQL Service on App42 PaaS Create your local MySQL data backup Upload and restore your backup on App42 PaaS
  7. 7. Create MySQL Service on App42 PaaS
  8. 8. To create the backup, run the following MySQL command OR You can also refer MySQL Backup documentation mysqldump -u [uname] -p[pass] [dbname] > [backupfile.sql] Create your local MySQL data backup
  9. 9. Upload and restore your backup on App42 PaaS
  10. 10. Conclusion You have successfully uploaded and restored existing SQL Data to App42 PaaS MySQL Service To learn more about App42 PaaS services and how to get service info, visit App42 PaaS Dev Center. To know how to access your service from outside the App42 PaaS platform, click here If you have any queries or require further assistance, please feel free to reach us at support@shephertz.com
  11. 11. Links for Reference : http://www.shephertz.com http://api.shephertz.com http://appwarp.shephertz.com http://app42paas.shephertz.com/ Contact: sales@shephertz.com Skype: ShepHertz Follow us on:

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