Datasources combine Database Type, Host Address (IP/hostname and port number), and Credentials into a unified record.

When a User or Role is assigned a Datasource, that entity inherits the permissions associated with the Credential in that Datasource.

In cases where multiple Credentials are desirable for a given Host Address, the Datasource can be cloned, with an alternate credential provided.

Example: Alice wishes to grant read-only access to a Microsoft SQL Server instance previously set up in strongDM with read-write access. Alice creates a new database user, sdm-ro, on the SQL Server instance. She then clones the existing Datasource entry, and replaces the read-write credentials with the sdm-ro username and password.

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