Great Database Client
March 23, 2022

Great Database Client

Robert Arseneault | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with DbVisualizer

I use DbVisualizer on a daily basis to monitor and analyze what is happening in our data store. Usage is mostly for RDBMS systems (Oracle, DB2, Postgres, MySQL.
  • Snappy.
  • Intuitive.
  • Large number of supported Datasources supported out of the box.
  • Great visualizations to reverse engineer schema.
  • Support for more NoSQL datasources (DynamoDB, for example).
  • Ability to Separate Environments (dev/prod).
  • Good security around managing usernames and passwords.
  • Runs on any Platform/OS that I have used (Linux, MacOs, Windows).
  • The ability to quickly have queries on hand to troubleshoot issues has decreased downtime.
  • Ability to parameterize queries allows for easy reuse of queries.
  • CLI interface allows for scripting common tasks.
The big advantage DbVisualizer has over a lot of the DB clients out there is that it is not tied to a particular database. It can be easily used across many data sources. Its other advantage is that it is intuitive to use and you can be up and running in a couple of minutes.

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For any use case, I can imagine DbVisualizer is the best general-purpose SQL client that I have ever used. I have tried others, but keep coming back to DbVisualizer every time.

DbVisualizer Feature Ratings

Performance optimization tools
Schema maintenance