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MySQL is an open-source relational database management system that is widely used for storing, managing, and retrieving data. Its purpose is to provide a robust and scalable solution for data storage and data manipulation. MySQL is commonly used in web applications, content management systems, and various other software applications that require efficient and secure data management. While MySQL itself does not have built-in automation features, it can be integrated with other tools and technologies to enable automation of tasks like data backups, data replication, and database administration. This automation is particularly valuable for database administrators, software developers, and system administrators, as it simplifies routine database maintenance tasks, improves data reliability, and enhances overall database performance, allowing them to focus more on other critical aspects of application development and management.


Trigger components allow you to start an automation flow when an event happens in the app.

New Column

Emit new event when you add a new column to a table. See the docs here

New Row (Custom Query)

Emit new event when new rows are returned from a custom query. See the docs here

New Row

Emit new event when you add a new row to a table. See the docs here

New Table

Emit new event when a new table is added to a database. See the docs here


Action components allow you to perform operations on the app.

Create Row

Adds a new row. See the docs here

Delete Rows

Delete existing rows. See the docs here

Execute Query

Find rows via a custom query. See the docs here

Execute Stored Procedure

Execute stored procedure. See the docs here

MySQL - Find Row(s)

Finds a row(s) in a table via a lookup column. See the docs here