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DbVisualizer

Database management software for Windows, macOS & Linux/UNIX

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DbVisualizer Pricing, Features, Reviews and Alternatives

DbVisualizer product overview

Price starts from

0

Flat Rate

What is DbVisualizer?

DbVisualizer is a database management software designed to help businesses track, optimize, and analyze the performance of multiple databases via a unified platform. It allows software developers, analysts, and database administrators (DBAs) to connect the system with various external databases including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, SQLite, and more.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

Email/Help Desk
FAQs/Forum
Knowledge Base
Phone Support
24/7 (Live rep)

DbVisualizer pricing information

Value for money

4.8

/5

66

Starting from

0

Flat Rate

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
Pricing range

DbVisualizer features

Functionality

4.7

/5

66

Total features

27

2 categories

Most valued features by users

API
Access Controls/Permissions
Third Party Integrations
Reporting & Statistics
Monitoring
Data Import/Export
Real Time Monitoring
Data Visualization

DbVisualizer users reviews

Overall Rating

4.8

/5

66

Positive reviews

Rating breakdown
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend9.38/10
Rating distribution

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1

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15

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Pros
DB Visualizer is very easy to use. It's great that you can save your queries and even if the software is closed and you had forgotten to save the query, it will remember it when the software loads.
My favorite three things in DbVisualizer are 1 variable replacement and 2 inline export functionality. The time I save exporting my results as a CSV as the query is running is super helpful.
I love it's ease of use connecting, navigating and querying. The query builder feature is a great way to start on complex joins without having to type a lot.
Cons
I hate the "new" functionality of home-key. It doesn't get you back to the start of the line - unless you are "pasting.
Tabs wont be opened in seperate tab unless we select that option with a right click and also if connection fails it doesn' give much details.
A bit difficult is the use of the Java Connectors. Some do not give all possibilities of the vendors ODBC driver.
Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Game changer!

Reviewed a year ago

Mainly data collection from our standalone systems, to support advanced data analytics and reporting.

Pros

DbVisualizer was a game changer for us when we were evaluating expensive products to do data collection. It provided as with cost effective options to collect large amount of data effortlessly.

Cons

None that I can think of. It worked great and met all our requirements.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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DBVis for Analysts

Reviewed 6 months ago

I've had a great experience using this product. We continue to use it, even after 4 years.

Pros

I think the software is very easy to install and get going quickly. I helped choose the product for my team and picked it over many others, even the free ones! It works great for querying and updating data.

Cons

The free version is good but lacks a ton of power. You have to upgrade to the pro version to get most of the functionality that an analyst team needs.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Fullt functional multi-platform database client

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall DbVisualizer has become a staple in my toolbox because I am able to access different platform databases without having to switch between the vendor-provided tools. It has many of the features that I need and would gain by using the other tools.

Pros

The ability to connect to a database-independent of platform from a single tool is the biggest reason for my use of DbVisualizer. The tool provides a single tool that can query or inspect the database structure.

Cons

There is not much to dislike about the tool, but it would be nice to have the option to export to Excel. The export feature is something that I do use regularly and being able to get data into Excel for business users to consume would be helpful.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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One of my "Must Have" Tools

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

I've been using DBVis for about as long as it's been around. I recall using it back around 1999. This product has continued to evolve and improve, which is why I continue to subscribe to annual updates. The greatest benefit I've gotten from the app is a single platform providing access to any data source having a JDBC driver (which is probably near all of them) and that exposes those differing systems in a common and consistent way. There is absolutely no noticeable lag or buffering or constant cache updates like I see with another product.

Cons

Prior to about 2017 I'd have very little to say here. Around that time I began using a programming editor, JetBrains IntelliJ Ultimate. Part of that software is their full DataGrip application. Somehow, they've got the edge when it comes to code completion and object introspection. The responsiveness within the UI is so much quicker and smoother than when I enable auto-completion in DbVis.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best SQL Workbench tool that you'll find

Reviewed a year ago

I do a lot of experimentation using DbVisualizer. It allows me to easily modify database schema, load new 'experimental' datasets, and then run queries against them. (Hence, if I had Python scripting in DbVisualizer, I could do everything in there and I would only ever use DbVisualizer).

Pros

It's easy to connect to databases, easy to manage and query them, it's simply a fantastic tool for anyone who frequently interacts with databases. I use it in preference to the database vendor's own tools - I use one tool to rule them all :^).

Cons

I haven't come across any yet. But...if I had a wish list feature that I could add to DbVisualizer, it would be support for something like Python scripting within DbVisualizer itself. That would give me the perfect tool.

DbVisualizer FAQs and common questions

Q. What type of pricing plans does DbVisualizer offer?

DbVisualizer has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $0.00
Pricing model: Free
Free Trial: Available | (No Credit Card required)


Q. Who are the typical users of DbVisualizer?

DbVisualizer has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business


Q. What languages does DbVisualizer support?

DbVisualizer supports the following languages:
English


Q. Does DbVisualizer offer an API?

Yes, DbVisualizer has an API available for use.


Q. What other apps does DbVisualizer integrate with?

DbVisualizer integrates with the following applications:
Microsoft SQL Server, Amazon Redshift, PostgreSQL, Oracle Database, MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite, Oracle Cloud CX, IBM Db2, Snowflake


Q. What level of support does DbVisualizer offer?

DbVisualizer offers the following support options:
Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, Phone Support, 24/7 (Live rep)

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