Understanding the MySQL Authentication Process
Dave Stokes is a MySQL Community Manager for Oracle. Previously he was the MySQL Certification Manager for MySQL AB and SUN. He has worked for companies ranging alphabetically from the American Heart Association to Xerox and work ranging from Anti-submarine warfare to web developer. And he really wonders how many people really, really read these conference biographies. Twitter = @ Stoker, blog = http://elephantdolphin.blogspot.com/
He lives in Texas and has the mandated pickup truck, hound dog, and Stetson hat.
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MySQL is a popular database but few understand that sometimes the authentication process actually works, that it can be too permissive, and sometimes too many have dangerous permissions provided to them. This session will cover how the server decides which accounts are allowed to access the server, password options, how to use roles, set up dual passwords, setting functional limits on accounts, and more.
- 2021 November 6 - 10:00
- 30 min
- Room 2
- SeaGL 2021