Mysql Metabase

Metabase uses the MariaDB connector to connect to MariaDB and MySQL servers. The fastest, easiest way to share data and analytics inside your company. An open source Business Intelligence server you can install in 5 minutes that connects to MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and more! Anyone can use it to build charts, dashboards and nightly email reports.

  1. Mysql Metabase Tutorial
  2. Metabase Mysql Ssl
Mysql MetabaseMy sql database viewer

We use the classicmodels database as a MySQL sample database to help you work with MySQL quickly and effectively. The classicmodels database is a retailer of scale models of classic cars database. It contains typical business data such as customers, products, sales orders, sales order line items, etc. We use this sample database in our MySQL tutorials to demonstrate many MySQL features from. Metabase container created such as the docs: docker run -d -p 3000:3000 -name metabase metabase/metabase. Mongodb container and mysql container are also connected to the control-panel-back, but I don't think that matters. Either way: when I tried to.

How to add a MySQL database in Metabase?

Mysql Metabase Tutorial

As all databases, it is all a questions of credentials. To add a database within Metabase, proceed as follow:

Server
  • Click on settings (right top and corner).
  • Click on admin.
  • Click on databases (top menu).
  • Click on add database.
  • Choose the database type 'MySQL'.
  • Give an explicit name to your database, a name that you can easily remember later on.
  • Indicate the host, if it is a local database, just let localhost.
  • Indicate the port, if it is a local database, high chances that you can keep this field empty.
  • Indicate the database name which correspond to the database you are querying.
  • Indicate the user who has access to this database, so to say your username.
  • For the rest, those are security measures, so as far as your database is not that big and that you are working with Metabase locally you don't need to fill those fields.
Metabase

Metabase Mysql Ssl

Ok, you are good to go.