Custify + MariaDB

Integrate MariaDB with Custify to pull data such as Event, People, and Companies and to analyze and manage it in Custify.

MariaDB is a robust, open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) that emerged as a fork of MySQL. It was created by the original developers of MySQL after concerns over Oracle’s acquisition of MySQL. MariaDB is known for its enhanced performance, strong security features, and compatibility with MySQL, making it a preferred choice for developers seeking an alternative with similar functionality.

How does MariaDB work with Custify?

Custify integrates with MariaDB, allowing you to extract People, Events, and Companies directly from your MySQL data warehouse. When you connect MySQL, you’ll map your source data to Custify’s data objects.

By default, our app synchronizes data every hour, making it readily accessible within Custify for analysis and customer management by your customer success team.

How Do I Activate This Integration?

1. Sign in to Custify and navigate to the Integrations page.
2. Select the Data Warehouse integration.
3. Click New Sync and then New Source, and select MariaDB.

4. Fill in your connection information.

  • We recommend creating a dedicated user for Custify to access your MariaDB data warehouse. The user must have access to the tables you want to connect to Custify.
  • Here is a sample of how to create a user with access to a specific table:
CREATE USER <your_user> PASSWORD '********'; 
GRANT SELECT ON TABLE <your_table> TO <your_user>


5. Select which Custify object you want to create from your data: People, Events, or Companies.

6. Select the source data in your MariaDB data warehouse.

  • Select the namespace and table in your data warehouse that contains the source data.

7. Map the fields in your source data to the fields expected by Custify.

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