Product Documentation

Provision the MySQL service

Jun 05, 2015
Updated: 2013-02-11

To provision MySQL services to resellers

  1. From the Services Manager menu bar, click Customers and select the reseller for whom you want to provision the MySQL service.
  2. Under Customer Functions, select Services. The reseller's Customer Services page appears.
  3. From the services list, select Reseller.
  4. Select the MySQL check box and then select the MySQL service name. The Reseller Service Setup page appears.
  5. Under Servers, select the MySQL database server that the reseller can use for provisioning customers.
  6. In the Customer Plan table, select the check boxes for each template the reseller can offer to customers.
  7. Click Apply Changes to save your selections.
  8. Click Provision to enable the reseller to offer the MySQL service to customers.

To provision MySQL services to customers

Before provisioning the MySQL service, database resources must be configured for the customer.

  1. From the Services Manager menu bar, click Customers > Customer Services.
  2. In Customer Search, find the customer for whom you want to provision MySQL services.
  3. In the services list, select MySQL configure resources. The Service Setup page appears.
  4. Expand the server tree, select the server to use for provisioning the customer, and then click Save.
  5. In the services list, select MySQL. The Service Plan Configuration page appears.
  6. In Customer Plan, select the template to assign to the customer.
    Note: The customer plan defines the number of databases and users that the Customer Administrator can create after the service is provisioned.
  7. In MySQL Server, select the server the customer can use to host databases and users.
  8. To customize the database and user limits, under Resource Configuration, perform the following actions:
    1. Clear the Auto select package resource limits check box.
    2. In Database Limit, enter the maximum number of databases the customer can create.
    3. In User Limit, enter the maximum number of database users the customer can provision.
  9. Click Provision to provision the MySQL service to the customer.