PostgreSQL graphical user interface (GUI) tools help these open source database users to manage, manipulate, and visualize their data. In this post, we discuss the top 5 GUI tools for administering your PostgreSQL deployments. PostgreSQL is the fourth most popular database management system in the world, and heavily used in all sizes of applications from small to large. The traditional method to work with databases is using the command-line interface (CLI) tool, however, this interface presents a number of issues: - It requires a big learning curve to get the best out of the DBMS. - Console display may not be something of your like, and it only gives very little information at a time. - It is difficult to browse database and tables, check indexes, and monitor databases through the console. Many still prefer CLIs over GUIs, but this set is ever so shrinking. I believe anyone who comes to programming after 2010 will tell you GUI tools increase their productivity over a CLI solution. Why Use a GUI Tool? Now that we understand the issues users face with the CLI, let’s take a look at the advantages of using a PostgreSQL GUI: - Shortcut keys make it easier to use, and much easier to learn for new users. - Offers great visualization to help you interpret your data. - You can remotely access and navigate another database server. - The window-based interface makes it much easier to manage your PostgreSQL data. - Easier access to files, features, and the operating system. So, bottom line, GUI tools make PostgreSQL developers lives easier. Top PostgreSQL GUI Tools Today I will tell you about the 5 best PostgreSQL GUI tools. Let’s start with the first and most popular one.
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Nearly every business leader (99% according to an HBR study) recognizes the need to build a data driven organization. However, so many struggle to use data for a variety of reasons, a big one of them being that data exists in all sorts of places. This is especially the case with startups, who use a number of out of the box tools that don’t connect to each other, and that only offer so much granularity and flexibility. The solution? A data warehouse.
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