Top 8 Open Source Databases Tools
MySQLMariaDBPostgreSQLFirebird SQLEDB Postgres Advanced ServerOracle MySQL Cloud ServiceSQLitePercona Server
It is easy to use.
My main reason for using MySQL for this small customer database company and for some kinds of scientific projects was that I had to do the installation myself. I didn't have a database administration team behind me. Therefore, I was looking for something very easy to handle. MySQL is easy to install, connect, and do all such things.
MariaDB is easy to install and is stable and scalable.
The solution is very easy to implement.
We are able to create many different types of jobs and items with this solution making it one of the most valuable features.
The solution has many valuable features such as it easy to use and the interface is intuitive.
I can deploy it on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows — it's very easy.
It helps us in detecting all kinds of problems in the code, such as bad quality, unclear code, or any violation in the code or best practices.
The low cost and functionality allows us to save money on smaller database projects.
It gives us a solid, less expensive alternative to deploying with Oracle.
Everything from the dashboards to the user experience to compatibility with other solutions is very good.
The most valuable feature is the data aggregation function.