MySQL Workbench is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) tool for working with MySQL. You can use MySQL Workbench to create databases, tables, and other DB objects. You can also use it to perform administration tasks such as adding users, monitoring performance, importing/exporting data, and more.
Working with Databases
MySQL Workbench enables you to create databases and related objects via the GUI.
Create a Database
Create a database via the MySQL Workbench GUI.
Create a Table
Create a table and its columns via the MySQL Workbench GUI.
Here are common administrative screens that you will probably encounter while working with MySQL.
Outlines the server features, server directories, SSL, authentication, connection name, etc. Also provides info on connections, traffic, load, and more.
Displays all client connections. Includes info such as the user, host, DB they're connected to, and more.
Users and Privileges
Lists all user accounts and their privileges. Enables the creation of new user accounts as well as their respective account limits, adminstrative roles, and schema privileges.
Status and System Variables
Lists all status and system variables. These are the variables that determine the server's configuration. Variables are grouped by category and there's a search function for easier navigation.
Importing and exporting data are two popular tasks that you can do via the MySQL Workbench. These articles are taken from the MySQL tutorial.
Use MySQL Workbench to export your data to an external file or database.
Use MySQL Workbench to import data to your database from an external file or database.