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Introducing Bring Your Own Certificate (BYOC) in MySQL HeatWave Service

Blog: Oracle BPM

By default, all MySQL connections are secured through a MHS-defined certificate. BYOC extends the service by allowing users to select their own certificates to be used by the MySQL Server. With a few clicks, you can now set up your secured connections for MySQL HeatWave Service. The service facilitates both mutual TLS (requiring a connection wallet for the client) and one-way TLS, allowing clients to connect without necessitating a wallet.

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