Version control for SQL queries

Reduce SQL chaos in your organization with this modern SQL client.

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BUILT FOR SQL ANALYSTS WHO THINK LIKE DEVELOPERS

Don't repeat yourself and source control all your code

Don't repeat yourself

Build reusable blocks of SQL for you and your team.

Version control with git

Use best practice development workflows for your analytics.

Built especially for teams

Collaborate on the same repository and choose to deploy the app to your private cloud.

Supports top SQL Warehouses

BrightSQL supports data warehouses like Snowflake, BigQuery, Redshift and other databases like Postgres.

Fully web-based

Say goodbye to your desktop SQL client and access your queries from anywhere.

Self-host option

BrightSQL can be deployed and hosted in your Amazon or Google cloud or in any VPC.

BrightSQL enables organizations to take control of their SQL queries. Using code re-usability and git workflows, companies can reduce SQL risk and build a team of more efficient analysts.

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Pricing and plans

Individual

  • Unlimited queries
  • Schema Browser
  • GitHub Integration
  • Reusable SQL Fragments
  • Email support
Free
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Teams

Everything in Individual plus:
  • Shared connections
  • Shared git repository
  • User administration
  • Self-host option
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$19/user/month
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Premium

Everything in Teams plus:
  • Visualizations
  • Source-controlled dashboards
  • White Labeling
  • Dedicated slack channel
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