DBeaver – Universal Database Tool

DBeaver is a universal database management tool for everyone who needs to work with data in a professional way.

With DBeaver you are able to manipulate with your data like in a regular spreadsheet, create analytical reports based on records from different data storages, export information in an appropriate format. For advanced database users DBeaver suggests a powerful SQL-editor, plenty of administration features, abilities of data and schema migration, monitoring database connection sessions, and a lot more.

Out-of-the box DBeaver supports more than 80 databases. It supports all popular databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, Sybase, MS Access, Teradata, Firebird, Apache Hive, Phoenix, Presto, etc.

Features include:

  • Carefully designed and implemented User Interface.
  • Support of Cloud datasources.
  • Supports any database having a JDBC driver.
  • Support for Enterprise security standard.
  • Metadata editor.
  • SQL editor.
  • Rich data editor.
  • ERD.
  • Data export/import/migration
  • SQL execution plans.
  • Set of plugins for specific databases (MySQL, Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Vertica, Informix, MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis, InfluxDB in version 5.x) and different database management utilities (e.g. ERD, data transfer, compare, data export/import, mock data generation, etc).
  • Capability to work with various extensions for integration with Excel, Git and others.
  • Multiplatform support with official packages for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

Website: dbeaver.io
Support: Wiki, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: DBeaver Corp
License: Apache License 2.0

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