DBeaver - Universal Database Manager and SQL Client. DBeaver is free and open source (GPL) universal database tool for developers and database administrators.

Usability is the main goal of this project, program UI is carefully designed and implemented.
It is based on open source framework and allows writing of various extensions (plugins).
It supports any database having a JDBC driver.
It may handle any external data source which may or may not have a JDBC driver.
There is a set of plugins for certain databases (MySQL, DB2, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MongoDB, Cassandra and Redis in version 3.x) and different database management utilities (ER diagrams, data migration, metadata editors, etc).

License

Free with limited functionality

Supported Platforms

Mac Windows Linux

Link to official DBeaver site

Official Website

Features

Autocompletion Clean design Data export/import Dedicated Server Hosting Multiple DataBase Portable Smooth lines Ssh tunnel Tabbed interface Add a feature

Categories

Development Office & Productivity

Tags

autocompletion clean-design connection-manager data-export-import database-client database-management db2 dedicated-server eclipse-based jdbc mongodb multiple-db-support mysql portable smooth-lines sql sql-server sql-tools sqlite ssh-tunnel tabbed-interface

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The best database management for Linux so far, running on Debian 9 Stretch.

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Simple and elegant tool. I use it to talk to Redshift.

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