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If you are connecting to
and want to query from your laptop, I find that this is much easier to use than
's IDE. It allows us as a business intelligence team to more easily connect to our servers, and code with much less hassle. It would be less appropriate if you are only on an on-premises SQL server, in that case, I would just use SSMS.
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Works very well in applications designed for IoT devices where performance and footprint are of great importance.
Read full review Pros Data import/export and SQL Script generation are quick and simple to do. Fairly intuitive when viewing/editing table data. Ability to save SQL scripts per server and recall them easily. Handy intelligence when writing queries, functions, and stored procs. Read full review First of all the performance of RDM was superior compared to SQLite in my multi-user environment (about 200 users). The pricing was surprisingly good compared to other high-performance databases. Decreased time to market, a faster and more performant application overall and lower maintenance costs. They run on most RTOS and can be used in a cross-platform environment. Read full review Cons Some icons are kinda small and difficult to understand what they do The spanish translation could be better I think there are many functions that could be useful for me but I don't know what they do Read full review I would like to see REST API with a GUI for administration Read full review Support Rating
Not a lot of users have DBeaver so fewer resources are available online to help you if you have any issues. When I was trying to figure out how to create my own ER diagrams, it was a little tough to find resources
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databases and it only provides basic functionality. On top of that, the user experience could be quite confusing for first-time users. SSMS from SQL server doesn't support inline editing nicely. The view for inline editing and view data is different, making it uncomfortable to use. All in all, DBeaver is the best tool when you manage a lot of databases with different types.
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RDM performs way better than
when the database is larger and has multiple users.
Read full review Return on Investment Using a single multi-platform tool allows companies to save money not having to buy multiple products from different vendors. The simplicity of use and user friendliness allows companies to spend less time and money on user training. Read full review Decreased time to market Decreased maintenance and service costs on hardware. Read full review