This story revolves around a software development company that frequently works with database-centered projects and wants to enhance the performance of its routine operations. They have been managing a variety of MySQL databases across multiple environments, with a focus on regular usage of stored procedures, custom functions and triggers.
But overtime a need arose to optimize their routine work. They had to sync all databases schemas manually, which became a tremendous scope of excessive work. Finally, a decision was made to employ a more advanced tool that would embrace customizable database comparison and synchronization.
The solution was found in dbForge Studio for MySQL, an all-encompassing integrated environment for MySQL and MariaDB databases. It was a definite level up in comparison with the tools that Chan Chun Seong's team had used previously—and the actual results did not keep them waiting.
dbForge Studio proved to be an invaluable tool for database management. Activities like schema and table design, query performance tuning, as well as schema and data comparison across multiple environments got an impressive boost in terms of speed and reliability. The chance and cost of human error were also greatly reduced. The entire workflow—development to staging to production—was effectively streamlined.