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

Teams & Collaboration

As its name implies, TeamSQL ships with robust sharing and collaboration tools.

You can create teams, making it easy for you to share your TeamSQL folders or your queries with a group of people all at once. Most importantly, all of this happens without you having to export your data and send it (followed by the recipient importing the data).

Because all sharing functionality works the same way in TeamSQL, regardless of your database engine, you don't have to set up multiple sharing environments, even if you work with multiple database engines.

Groupped SQL Files

To help you manage the files and folders that you have shared with your colleagues, TeamSQL automatically maintains lists of which individuals and which teams have access to specific queries or folders. You can revoke access at any time -- the process is just as easy as sharing.

Sharing Queries with a Specific User

In addition to sharing your work with groups of people, you can share with individuals. You can identify such users by providing TeamSQL with their email -- TeamSQL will take care of the rest, including sending the instructions for access the data to them, as well as providing the appropriate download links in the event that they do not have TeamSQL yet.

Sharable Links

Generally, when you share data, you send over the actual data files to your colleagues. With TeamSQL, you can instead send a link that directs your recipients to the work you're sharing.

You create the data, tell TeamSQL to create a hyperlink, and forward the hyperlink to your colleagues. Your colleagues can then access the data from any internet-connected browser. You can also secure your data to ensure that only those with the link and the password can see your data.

See it in action


We know that your data is valuable, so we've taken steps to help you ensure that it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. You can choose to leave your data unencrypted, but if you do decide that encryption is important for you, you can opt for this -- TeamSQL utilizes AES-256 encryption to help keep your work safe.

Tutorial: Working with Teams in TeamSQL
In this article, we will cover the features TeamSQL has that enable easy collaboration between you and your colleagues.
Read Article
Tutorial: Sharing Your TeamSQL Folders
One of the benefits to using TeamSQL is the ability to share your work with your teammates, either individually or with groups of individuals, with ease.
Read Article