We currently offer 4 different database types to fulfill various data storage needs:
- Redis 5.0 and 6.x
- MariaDB 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6
- PostgreSQL 9.6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15
- MySQL 8.0
You can connect to and manage a database with the command line or with a database client/tool.
Command Line Interface (CLI)
Depending on the type of database, you can use different commands to connect to and manage your database. For more information on connecting to a database and importing and exporting databases, check out these guides:
- Import and Export a MySQL Database Using the Command Line
- Import and Export a MariaDB Database Using the Command Line
- Import and Export a PostgreSQL Database Using the Command Line
- Export a Redis Database Using the Command Line
There are many database tools you can use to connect and manage your database, such as:
- RedisInsight for Redis.
- Sequel Ace for MariaDB and MySQL.
- DBeaver Community for MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and MySQL
(Enterprise and Ultimate versions also support Redis).
- TablePlus for Redis, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and MySQL.
- DataGrip for Redis, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and MySQL.
You can use any database client or tool which supports your database type. While some specifics, like navigation and field names, may vary between database tools, the fundamental concepts are the same.