DbVisualizer - The Swiss Army Knife For Your Databases
May 29, 2021

DbVisualizer - The Swiss Army Knife For Your Databases

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with DbVisualizer

DbVisualizer is used mostly by our development team as their main tool to work with the various databases we have. We use it to run queries, perform data analysis, and more. DbVisualizer supports most of the common databases available on the market. This means we only need this one tool for all our databases, instead of having to have a different tool for each database.
  • Supports most common databases on the market
  • Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux
  • Clean and easy to use interface
  • Would be great to support NoSQL databases
  • Supports different databases
  • Available on most operating systems
  • SQL support
  • Lower IT cost as we only need to have one tool
  • Provide operation standard when working with databases
DbVisualizer was our go-to solution and we didn't really consider other alternatives.

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DbVisualizer is a great tool to use with relational databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc... If your organization has different databases, then having DbVisualizer will allow you to have a standard tool to work with all of them. However, if you only have one type of database and your DBA is highly skilled with that particular database, then you probably should go with whatever tool he/she is most comfortable with. In either case, you can't go wrong with having DbVisualizer in your toolbox.

DbVisualizer Feature Ratings

Performance optimization tools
Schema maintenance
User management
Database security
Database status reporting