Working with databases inevitably leads to the need to provide security at different levels. For this reason, we at DBeaver, as the creators of the database tool, pay special attention to sensitive data safety and follow security best practices. Today we want to answer some of the most popular security-related questions.
Distributing infrastructure between several cloud providers became a tendency that more and more companies have to deal with. For example, the databases you need could be accessible via AWS, GCP, and Microsoft Azure. The obvious question arises: how can you work with all these databases simultaneously and easily switch between configurations?
SQL Editor is a powerful tool for creating and executing various SQL scripts. Today, our heroes will learn how it can be used to speed up and simplify their work with databases in CloudBeaver.
There are currently five different roles in Team Edition: Administrator, Developer, Manager, Editor and Viewer. By assigning them, you can determine the access level of a user to certain application features. A new question arises immediately: how do you share data with users who have different roles? Today we will tell you how to solve this issue with the Shared Projects help.
How can the tree of objects in CloudBeaver help users not get lost in connections and easily keep the right databases at their fingertips?
The Database Navigator is the main feature to work with connections and the structure of databases. It is located on the left-hand side of the page and has a toolbar, the Settings menu and a tree of objects.
Our hero Louis recently mastered using DBeaver’s Desktop App. But after a short time, his company came to a few marketers for whom databases look and work just like an Excel spreadsheet. Nevertheless, working with data makes up a large part of advertising professionals’ tasks, such as research, editing, and exporting.
Our team is happy to celebrate important milestones with you, and today we want to share that our company has raised $6 million in funding in the seed round led by Headline with additional investment from Prospective Technologies. It’s a good moment to take a small step back, look at the path DBeaver has already taken, and a little peek into future plans.