On the cloud, managing data can be complex. With DAS, you can manage your data easily and securely.
About Database Login
To facilitate data management, you can create database logins for DB instances that have been authorized by the current account or subaccounts.
- DAS allows you to access only read replicas. The data can be viewed only.
- If you edit the database of a primary DB instance or single instance, RDS automatically synchronizes the changes to the read replica.
DAS supports the management of databases of RDS DB instances, DDS DB instances, TaurusDB instances, and self-built databases on ECSs.
- DAS manages MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL databases.
- DAS manages self-built MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases on ECSs.
- DAS manages databases from three types of DDS DB instances: cluster, replica set, and single node. In the replica set instance, the primary node has read and write permissions and the secondary node has the read permission only.
- DAS manages TaurusDB for MySQL 8.0 databases.
Figure 1 DAS console
Table 1 User interface description
Adding a login
Allows you to manage databases by connecting to the created DB instance.
Synchronizing RDS DB instance
Automatically adds the RDS DB instances that you have not logged in to from the DAS console to the login list. You only need to enter the database login username and password.
- Instances that are being created, frozen, or abnormal are not synchronized.
- Only default accounts (such as rdsuser in the SQL Server engine, root in the MySQL and GaussDB engines, and root and db:postgres in the PostgreSQL engine) are synchronized.
DAS automatically synchronizes RDS DB instances in the following scenarios:
- When logging in to the DAS console
- After clicking Synchronize RDS DB Instance
- After clicking Log In of an RDS DB instance on the RDS console
Provides multiple O&M features, such as slow query logs, SQL explorer, emergency channel, and intelligent parameter recommendation.
The console offers a wide range of functions, covering instance performance data, slow SQL query, SQL explorer, real-time performance analysis and diagnosis, as well as analysis of historical operations, helping you quickly locate any issue occurring during database operations and prevent potential risks.
Allows you to query the database logins by DB instance name.
Database login list
Select a database source, RDS DB instances, DDS DB instances, or self-built databases on ECS, to display the login information of the created databases from the database source in a list. You can log in to, modify, delete, and view the DB instances.
Different accounts can be used to create database logins for the same DB instance.
Logging In to DAS
- On the DAS login page, enter the account name and password to log in to the DAS console.
Figure 2 Login page
- Click in the upper left corner and select a region and a project.
- Under Database, click Data Admin Service.
Figure 3 Data Admin Service