MiDatabase

Overview MiDatabase is a virtual server combined with a managed database. ITS will monitor, patch and back up your database so that you can focus on managing your data and applications. Support Materials Quick Start Guide (MySQL) Quick Start Guide (MS SQL) Quick Start Guide (Oracle) Adding and Changing User Accounts
What are the supported Databases that are being offered? • Currently we are supporting MS SQL 2012 and 2014, MySQL 5.7 database on RedHat Linux 7, and Oracle on 11.2 and 12.1 on RedHat Linux 6. Shared Oracle databases will be hosted on 11.2. What is the difference between a dedicated vs. shared instance? • A shared Instance is hosting of a database with several other databases on a standardized SQL server versus a dedicated have their own SQL instance on a dedicated hardware with more administrative privilege.
Welcome to the MiDatabase Service. Here are some important steps designed to assist you with the initial access and administration of your database. Connect to the Campus VPN For information and installation instructions, please see U-M Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Welcome to the MiDatabase Service. Here are some important steps designed to assist you with the initial access and administration of your database. Connect to MySQL Database NOTE: You can only connect to MySQL database using the U-M Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Welcome to the MiDatabase Service. Here are some important steps designed to assist you with the initial access and administration of your database. Connect to the Oracle Database NOTE: You can only connect to an Oracle database within the U-M Virtual Private Network (VPN). After connecting to the U-M VPN, you can begin working with your database through the following options: