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MySQL and ServiceNow Integration
MySQL is the world’s most popular database that’s used to house large amounts of data in enterprises. Many
enterprise applications use MySQL to store data because of its ease of use, backward compatibility, and
industry-wide adoption. IT manages these MySQL databases that power the applications. Integrating MySQL
databases and ServiceNow brings closer collaboration between ServiceNow and other enterprise apps. It also
enables IT to better manage the MySQL databases.
Why integrate MySQL and ServiceNow
As companies scale up, they prefer moving their MySQL databases either partly or completely to ServiceNow to
provide IT and other departments smoother access to the data. The MySQL databases are accessed by different
applications and teams according to their requirement. But managing information in legacy systems is not always
easy, issues are inevitable.
Integrating ServiceNow with MySQL databases enables IT to provide a better user experience to teams that use
applications powered by MySQL. It brings the powerful workflow automation features of ServiceNow to traditional
work processes. Once integrated, the data can be easily accessed, stored, and analyzed thanks to the
integration between MySQL and ServiceNow.
How to integrate MySQL with ServiceNow?
SynQ is a ServiceNow certified integration platform based on the industry-leading Informatica Cloud. It lets you
setup a bi-directional sync between any MySQL database and ServiceNow in days, not weeks.