We’ve got some good news for you today! The extensive compatibility of our database tools became even broader with a good number of cloud services that you can now seamlessly use with dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL (and one of them is also supported by dbForge Studio for MySQL).
That said, be sure you check the list below—perhaps you’re in for a nice surprise.
DigitalOcean Managed Database
First off, both dbForge Studio for MySQL and dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL provide support for DigitalOcean Managed Database – a powerful database cluster service that offers multi-region, scalable managed databases as an alternative to installing, configuring, maintaining, and securing databases by hand.
All of the remaining entries on this list are supported by dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL—and we’ll start with YugabyteDB.
YugabyteDB is yet another high-performance transactional SQL database designed for cloud-native applications. It is a cloud-native, distributed SQL database that aims to support all PostgreSQL features.
AWS Babelfish is a solution that provides the capability for PostgreSQL to understand queries from applications written for Microsoft SQL Server—namely, to understand the SQL Server Wire Protocol and T-SQL, the Microsoft SQL Server’s proprietary SQL dialect. All in all, with the help of Babelfish, applications currently running on SQL Server can now run directly on PostgreSQL with fewer changes in the code, which makes migration faster and more cost-effective.
Our next stop is Citus, a free and open-source extension of PostgreSQL, which enables flexible node-based scaling by distributing data and queries. Additionally, it delivers parallelized performance that speeds up queries, allows utilizing a single database for both transactional and analytical workloads, and can be used to run applications in the cloud with Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL.
Neon Tech delivers multi-cloud serverless PostgreSQL with on-demand scalability, simple data branching, auto-backups, and bottomless storage, built from the ground up as a fault-tolerant system for the cloud.
ApsaraDB RDS is a stable and scalable online relational database service based on the Apsara Distributed File System and high-performance SSDs. It provides support for the most popular database engines (including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and SQL Server) and offers features such as instance and database management, performance optimization, account management, backup and recovery, monitoring and alerting, as well as data migration to facilitate database O&M.
Another database now supported by dbForge Studio is PolarDB, a cloud-native relational database compatible with PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. It combines the performance and availability of traditional enterprise databases and the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of open-source databases. Generally, PolarDB is designed for business-critical database applications that require good performance, high concurrency, and autoscaling.
One more service we would like to mention is AnalyticDB, a real-time data warehousing solution that can process data with high concurrency and low latency. It is designed to perform instant multidimensional analysis and business exploration for huge amounts of data.
Last but not least, we have bit.io, another database service that delivers easily shareable and scalable serverless PostgreSQL. The key notion in this case is simplicity, and bit.io aims to help users set up their databases and upload data in the fastest way possible and without much effort.
Download dbForge Studio for a free trial today!
So, now all users of dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL can check these compatibility options in action. And if you are not using it yet, today’s a great day to start! Just download the Studio for a free 30-day trial that will help you get acquainted with its capabilities and see how it meets your database development and management needs.
All these platforms and databases are supported by dbForge Edge – Devart’s newest product designed to handle database-related tasks on four major database management systems. With its support for SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL databases, Edge provides its users with a unified set of software tools to perform all tasks they need with a single solution.
To try out the software, you can refer to the free trial of dbForge Edge – get it for 30 days to test the full range of features, with no limitations on workload.