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Software to Access MySQL Database Remotely

There are multiple tools out there to access SQL databases remotely At FreeDB we have two options to access your database just through a web interface

PhpMyAdmin:

PhpMyAdmin is Web Interface written in PHP to administer databases and tables. You can use PhpMyAdmin to create a database and its user’s accounts.

FreeDB PhpMyAdmin: https://phpmyadmin.freedb.tech/

Enter the Host and User Credentials from FreeDB Database Panel and you will be redirected to PhpMyAdmin

Adminer:

Adminer is previously known as PhpMinAdmin yeah you can call it as Mini Version of PhpMyAdmin.

It’s lightweight and quite simple to use & manage you can easily create database and user accounts.

Adminer PhpMyAdminer: https://adminer.freedb.tech/

You are not limited to only these two web interfaces options there are multiple options out there

Let’s talk about Mysql Workbench which is quite popular for managing databases

MYSQL WORKBENCH:

MySQL Workbench is a Unified GUI Tool to Manage and Administer Databases

Workbench is more than an Administration tool it’s packed with Additional Lot Features

Workbench Download: https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench/

Get Your Credentials from FreeDB Dashboard

Put all your credentials in MySQL Workbench New Connection as follows

And you are done you can test your connection

That’s all I have for you now

Feel Free to reach out to us if you have questions or issues

Welcome to FreeDB V2

So here we are back again? Yes Indeed I was overwhelmed by your responses on shutting down FreeDB

I had to bring it back anyhow But this time we had to put a few boundaries/limitations on our Free Service

I know FreeDB was known for no Limits but no worries this prevention is just for our safety to keep abusers away

You can always open a support ticket explaining your usage I will respond to you back in 48 hours updating your status

We will be really glad if you can support us by donating little amounts that will help our service run smoothly

There are a few changes you should know on FreeDB V2 :

  • MySQL Connections Limit
  • Queries Limit
  • Database Storage Limit
  • MySQL Version 8.0
  • Support Ticket System
  • Pro / Managed Hosting Plans(Charged)
  • Additional Server Support(Charged)

Hell Yes, we have upgraded our MySQL Version, as 5.7 was quite old we have upgraded to 8.0 As it was requested by many users earlier on

After Exceeding Limits, your database will be removed automatically without any backup/warning so keep an eye on your database storage, or for safety, you can opt for our Pro Plans.

Let’s Hear More From Our Paid Plans:

PRO PLAN:

With Pro Plan, You will be getting your own MySQL Server with your desired version you will have complete control over it with master credentials you can ask us to make the modification of the configuration or do it yourself

This Plan will be recommend to

Huge Thanks to Logrocket for the shoutout on their blog Much Appreciated

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