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DbVisualizer is the modern SQL client and db tool for devs, DBAs and analysts.

Product Overview- NEW Version 24 released

DbVisualizer is one of the world’s most popular database editors.

Developers, analysts, and DBAs use it to elevate their SQL experience with modern tools to visualize and manage their databases, schemas, objects, and table data, and to auto-generate, write and optimize queries. And so much more.

It connects to all popular databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle, Cassandra, Snowflake, SQLite, BigQuery, and 20+ more) and runs on all popular OSes (Windows, macOS, and Linux).

With almost 6 million downloads and Pro-users in 145 countries around the world, it won’t let you down. Free and Pro versions available.

Key Features

Powerful SQL Editor rebuilt from the ground up
  • The SQL editor has been completely revamped in the latest update, focusing on user-friendliness and efficiency.
  • Find and Replace: Redesigned Find and Replace functions for efficiency and ease of use. Users can seamlessly switch between searching and replacing text, utilize regular expressions, and easily navigate between matches.
  • Auto-Complete: The new SQL editor includes a smarter auto-completion engine, capable of handling complex queries and understanding context differences within queries.

  • The latest release introduces support for workspaces, facilitating seamless transitions between various work contexts. Each workspace functions independently, with dedicated connections, drivers, scripts, and settings, simplifying the management of different environments, projects, or client engagements. Users can customize each workspace to meet their specific needs and preferences.

Enhanced Security with Master Password update
  • DbVisualizer ensures robust security with encrypted data transmission, user permission settings, and strong local password enforcement—all configurable within the application. The latest release refines the master password feature for a more intuitive and less intrusive security experience, maintaining robust protection while prioritizing user convenience.

Improved Database Support
  • Oracle: Grant Privilege action now available for materialized views, functions, and procedures. Users can assign privileges to database users for specific database objects, selecting multiple objects at once if needed.
  • Microsoft SQL Server: Default constraints are now visible alongside primary key, foreign key, unique, and check constraints in the database objects tree. Enhanced visibility and navigation of the database schema for SQL Server.
  • SingleStore: DbVisualizer now supports displaying the DDL for pipelines in SingleStore databases. Users can view SQL statements defining pipeline structure and configuration.
  • Vertica: Improved support for procedures in Vertica databases. Users can create stored procedures and external procedures via the GUI.

Universal Database Management
  • Works with all your databases. You’ll be able to connect to most popular data sources and work with their custom object types directly in the client. You’ll also find tools for database visualization and optimization, helping you work smarter and faster.

Simple Data Management
  • Harness the power of SQL with the simplicity of a spreadsheet. With simple query tools, inline data editing, and powerful exports you have everything you need to manage your data with less queries and with full control.

Configurable to fit your workflow
  • Make it yours. You can fully control window layouts, key bindings, UI theme, mark scripts, and database objects as favorite for quick access or even work outside of DbVisualizer with the command-line interface. You are in full control

Supported databases

DbVisualizer has extensive support for 30+ of the most popular databases. It also connects directly to many JDBC compatible databases via the built-in JDBC-driver manager. This makes DbVisualizer a truly universal database tool.

Azure SQL Database Cassandra ClickHouse Db2
Derby Elasticsearch Exasol Google BigQuery
Greenplum H2 IBM Db2 on Cloud Informix
MariaDB Microsoft Access Microsoft SQL Server Mimer SQL
MongoDB MySQL MySQL Cloud Netezza
NuoDB Oracle Oracle Cloud PostgreSQL
Presto Redshift SAP ASE SQLite
SingleStore Snowflake Trino Vertica