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MySQL is an open-source relational database management system that uses Structured Query Language (SQL) to manage data. It is widely used in web applications, data warehousing, and e-commerce, among other applications.

This guide covers how you can use Zeet's official MySQL Blueprint for RDS or Kubernetes to spin up a MySQL Database in seconds!

1. Select MySQL Blueprint

To get started, head over to the Zeet dashboard and navigate to the Create New Database menu. Here, select the MySQL Blueprint.

2. Configure Blueprint

After selecting your MySQL Blueprint, you'll need to configure your deployment.

1. Select Deploy Target

The first step in configuring your Blueprint is selecting your Deploy Target. For MySQL, you can choose to either deploy using AWS RDS or as a Container in your cluster. If you don't already have an AWS account or a cluster connected, follow the link here to connect a new AWS account or cluster.

For this guide, we will deploy MySQL using AWS RDS.

2. Configure Inputs

  • Engine Version refers to the specific version of the database management system software that is being used to manage the database.
  • Zeet will pre-configure your Database with a default Database Username and a randomly generated Database Password. Feel free to change these values.

3. Finalize and Deploy!

You're almost done! Just give your new Project a name and home. Pick the Group and Sub-Group, or create new ones and bring your Project to life. Read our docs on Organization to learn more about Groups and Sub-Groups.

Once you've named and placed your new MySQL Project, you can Deploy it right away, or save it as a draft to come back and deploy when the time is right!

Video: Deploy MySQL using Zeet