Great open-source SQL client
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Updated November 26, 2019

Great open-source SQL client

Score 6 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with DBeaver

A lot of developers use DBeaver for its ease of use. It lets me as a developer do a lot more than a typical SQL client. I especially like the visualization that this tool offers to me. I can easily see how all the tables are connected in an ER diagram and I can make changes and modify it.
  • Visuals.
  • Autocomplete your SQL.
  • Sometimes it's clunky and slow.
  • One time it made changes to prod without me asking it to do anything.
  • Free tool, so it's helped us save a lot of money.
DBeaver is more user-friendly than the other tools I have used. But security-wise, I don't trust it as much as other tools.
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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For read-only work in dev, I highly recommend it. It will save you time especially with its autocomplete features and ease of use. To modify the data and work in the prod environment I would stay away from this open-source tool. It will still get the work done but you might encounter some issues.

DBeaver Feature Ratings

Version control tools
Test data generation
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Schema maintenance
Database change management
User management
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Database security
Database status reporting
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Change management
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