HP Vertica, the Big Data DB and DbVis Software have cooperated to
deliver Vertica optimization in DbVisualizer, the universal database tool.
Two flavors are available – DbVisualizer Pro that supports Vertica
on a higher level from version 9.1.10, and DbVisualizer Free for Vertica,
a special version available for free from HP Vertica’s
The DbVisualizer Free for Vertica version has more features relevant for Vertica
users compared to the vanilla DbVisualizer Free, and is designed to be a
true productivity tool for casual Vertica users. Both the Pro and Free
for Vertica versions use the same Vertica optimization, but the richer
feature set of the commercial Pro version renders it more useful for
advanced Vertica users. It is possible to mix and match the two versions
in an organization, based on user profiles and individual needs.
DbVisualizer Free for Vertica recognizes key Vertica features such as
Projections and Flex Tables and supports other databases with the same
functionality as in standard DbVisualizer Free, enabling Vertica
users to manage other databases as data sources.
The commercial DbVisualizer Pro version adds even more features such as
schema export, graphs, visual query builder, data importer, spreadsheet
editing of table data. Pro features all integration work done for
Vertica as well as for a handful of other databases.
DbVis Software AB, founded in 2003, is a Sweden-based privately held company
dedicated to developing and selling platform independent tools for database
administration, development, and analysis.
The core product – DbVisualizer – has seen more than 4 millions
its two flavors; the commercial DbVisualizer Pro version and the
DbVisualizer Free edition. More than 22,500 customer
organizations in 135 countries
have purchased the commercial version.
DbVisualizer is a global word-of-mouth success, driven by the quality software
with an intuitive user-friendly interface. Staying true to its original objectives,
DbVisualizer is still a highly focused software product, not bloated with unneeded
functions. New features are only added after feedback from the user community
indicates a need.
Support is offered as a quick and precise service and is performed by the same
team that develops the product. For more information, go to dbvis.com