If yours is one of the majority of organizations migrating your existing commercial database to open source such as MySQL or PostgreSQL or if you’re building new in-house applications on open source database management systems (OSDBMS), then you know that commercial tooling for these databases falls short. What if you could save money by implementing OSDBMS and ramp-up quickly by working with a familiar toolset?
You can with Toad Edge®. It’s a lightweight, reliable desktop toolset that simplifies the development and management of open source relational databases. Toad Edge makes it easy for you to ramp-up quickly, with support for coding, editing, schema compare and sync, and DevOps CI processes.
Offers an easy-to-use Toad interface, shortening your learning curve and increasing productivity.
Supports Windows and Mac operating systems and database platforms including MySQL, MariaDB, Amazon Redshift (beta) and PostgreSQL.
Enables easy management and editing of database objects and management of user privileges.
Helps ensure code quality and maintainability.
Supports DevOps workflows with a Jenkins continuous integration plug-in.
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Expands database possibilities to include open-source, on-site or cloud-based databases such as MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Enterprise DB Postgres Advanced Server, Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, and Microsoft Azure.
Provides an environment for writing complex SQL code using a worksheet with content assist for faster, more streamlined development.
Displays currently running queries in real time and lets you copy the log or export the executed SQL script to a file for significant time savings.
Quickly imports data to tables from SQL files, CSV files or ZIP archives. Easily exports data from tables and allows you to set options such as destination, format, range of exported data and more.
Compares and synchronizes databases, generates change scripts for target and source databases, saves results and exports scripts to a SQL worksheet.
Takes a snapshot of your database and compares and synchronizes it with the current state of an active database, or exports it to a file or SQL worksheet to reduce the risk of errors.