TeamSQL is rebranding as DataRow: Amazon Redshift Management Studio


TeamSQL has been a great platform to experiment with modern UI and powerful features to help you manage your popular databases with collaborative features.

Over two years later after launching TeamSQL in 2016, we've learned a lot about how to make database management better. As we look to the future, we want to take a more focused approach that will help us bring the best database management experience. As a result, we’re planning to rebrand TeamSQL as DataRow, starting with focusing on Amazon Redshift and say goodbye to TeamSQL. All TeamSQL services will be shut down on February 27, 2019 (00:00 UTC).

We introduced the beta of new DataRow to our Amazon Redshift users in January this year, and now it is publicly available to everyone. DataRow comes with new features, which helps you work faster. Visit DataRow's website at DataRow to learn more about how the features in DataRow can help you manage your Amazon Redshift better.

We are always here to help you switch from TeamSQL to the new DataRow with ease. Please contact us at contact us if you have any questions. See you there.


Eren Baydemir CEO

Supported Database Engines

TeamSQL works with multiple database engines, including: Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, AWS Redshift, Redis, Amazon Aurora, MariaDB or CitusData.

Connect to just one engine type, or connect to all -- the choice is yours! To help you keep track of which query windows belong to which database engine, TeamSQL automatically color codes everything in the user interface for you.

TeamSQL currently supports

Microsoft SQL Server
AWS Redshift

TeamSQL will support

AWS Elastic

SSL Support

TeamSQL supports SSL connections to ensure that your data stays out of unauthorized hands.

SSH Support

TeamSQL supports secure connections to your servers via SSH tunnels.

Production Server

Flag your connections to your production server to prevent them from being confused with your development or test environments. TeamSQL will display visual indicators to help your production servers stand out from the rest.

Connect to databases on Amazon, Azure, Google Cloud or On-Premise Servers

Regardless of whether your databases are hosted on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft's Azure, Google Cloud, or your on-premise servers, TeamSQL can connect to all of your databases.

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