DbVisualizer is the universal database tool for developers, DBAs and analysts.

It is the ultimate solution since the same tool can be used on all major operating systems accessing a wide range of databases.

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DbVisualizer 10.0.13

Download the latest version released on 2018-06-11 or check out the news.

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Users in schools, universities and academic institutions may apply for the 20% educational discount.

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Top Feature Areas in DbVisualizer

  • Supported Databases

    Amazon Redshift, DB2 LUW, Exasol, H2, Informix, JavaDB/Derby, Microsoft SQL Server, Mimer SQL, MySQL, Netezza, NuoDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Sybase ASE, and Vertica.

    Runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux/UNIX.

  • Runs Everywhere

    DbVisualizer runs on all the major platforms, Windows, macOS, and Linux.

  • SQL Tools

    SQL editor with support for auto completion, parameterized SQLs, SQL formatter, visual query builder, explain plan, and, a command-line based interface.

  • Database Browser

    Tree based navigation through database objects. Multiple objects can be displayed side-by-side.

  • Object Management

    Visual tools to manage database objects. Edit, compile and, run procedures, functions, triggers, and, a lot more.

  • Table Data Management

    Spreadsheet-like table data editor including binary/BLOB and CLOB data types, import from CSV and Excel files.

  • Export

    Export database objects and table data as CREATE/INSERT statements, CSV, XML and more. Support for exporting very large result

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Who Uses DbVisualizer
eBay
EMC
Hewlett Packard
SAP
sd&m AG
Uber Technologies Inc
BP Oil International Ltd
Ericsson
Netflix, Inc.
Sony Pictures
TietoEnator
HSBC Bank
Merrill Lynch
Lufthansa
Nasa
Arizona State University
Facebook
HomeAway Inc.
Customer Testimonials
  • Thank you! You were very quick and helpful in your response. This was one of the better customer service experiences I have had in recent memory.

    Sean

  • great job!!! i ran dbvisualizer on macosx and that works great with mysql.

    Olivier Hericord

  • I'm using DBVisualizer a lot and I'm thrilled about it. I recommended to everybody I know.

    Ana-Maria Oleski

  • many thanks ! AS/400 access semms to work and it looks very good now. It even looks better than the JDBC explorer in JBuilder.

    Michael Justin

  • I now have separate connections for all our databases. I enjoy using DbVis more and more every day

    Ronald Offerman

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