CoTer Numérique 2022

The CoTer Numérique annual congress is now!
We are expecting many of you, on June 14 and 15, 2022, at the Palais des Congrès in Saint-Malo, for this event dedicated to IT professionals from local authorities.

If you want to discuss database engines, their management and their issues, our dbSQWare team is at your disposal on stand 40.


The CIP Network Show is today!

The dbSQWare team is waiting for you at the Palais des Congrès du Parc Chanot, in Marseille, on stand A11, to discuss during this business IT event in the South region, organized by the CIP – Club Informatique Provence Méditerranée.
The show is open to visitors from 10:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.

So do not hesitate to come and meet Agnès NAGAMANY and Matthieu Charton to discuss the management of database engines.


dbSQWare version 2022.03 has just been released!

With a novelty that should please our users:
– the possibility of delegating the authentication, to connect to the software, to an external application, AD style.

Not to mention that dbSQWare is the only DBMS management and maintenance software capable of managing 12 types of database engines in a consistent manner.


dbSQWare, our multi-DBMS operation and maintenance software supports 11 types of database engines.

On RDBMS side (Relational Database Management System):
– Oracle, the most popular on UNIX / Linux
– SQLServer, developed by Microsoft and mainly deployed on Windows
– Teradata, a historic RDBMS with colossal storage capacities
– Sybase, acquired by SAP and former market leader
– DB2 LUW, the distributed system version of the Mainframe engine
– Ingres, dating from the 80s and in Open Source since 2004
– MySQL, the most popular open source RDBMS
– PostgreSQL, the most advanced open source RDBMS

On NoSQL side:
– Cassandra and her column-oriented organization
– MongoDB, the most popular of NoSQL, with a document-oriented organization
– Adabas Linux version, accessible through the natural language.

Despite the diversity of these database engines and their heterogeneity, with dbSQWare, their operation and maintenance are completely homogeneous.


To find out more about the dbSQWare software and discover its major functionalities in terms of DBMS operation and maintenance (backup, restoration, copying of environments, reorganization, update statistics, etc.), simply take part in a Discovery webinar.

Led by Matthieu CHARTON or Agnès NAGAMANY from our sales team, it will allow you to discuss in complete confidentiality the management of your database engines, your expectations and the problems encountered.

To register, go to the “Webinaire” tab on our website (fr).


Today is Mardi Gras!

For the occasion, I put on my superhero outfit which defends DBMSs against threats related to their management and maintenance.

Thanks to my super powers drawn from dbSQWare, I secure DBAs in their daily tasks, I save them time and I make them agile.


dbSQWare version 2022.01 is released!

This version includes new features designed to make life easier for our users:
– the option on percentages in the legend of pie charts
– management of bar graphs
– updated support dates for Cassandra (4.0), MongoDB (5.1), Oracle (21c) and Teradata (15.x, 16.x, 17.x).

Not to mention that dbSQWare is the only DBMS management and maintenance software capable of managing 12 types of database engines in a consistent manner.


We couldn’t end the year without releasing a new version of our DBMS management and maintenance software.

With new features like:
– the user access report to databases for administrators, by API
– the management of inclusion and exclusion users
– the management of Oracle clusters configuration

And other changes to quickly discover in V2021.07 from dbSQWare!

CRIP 2021

The annual convention of the CRiP – Cercle des Décideurs IT opens its doors today!
For 2 days, this show organized by the Club of Infrastructure and Production Managers takes place at the Espace Champerret in Paris.

Our DBMS specialists, Emmy, Séverine and Michel Payan from the dbSQWare team are present on stand F06.

If you want to discuss database engines, their management and their issues, they are the ones you should meet.
They are waiting for you!

2006 – 2021

The operation and maintenance of database engines require the integration of various and varied tools and / or consequent IT developments. To set up backups, restores, copies of environments and reorganizations.
The upgrades of the various database management systems to be integrated and the turnover of teams of database administrators make maintenance over time all the more complicated.

It is in the face of this reality, observed in many companies, that the idea of ​​developing the dbSQWare software, dedicated to multi-engine operation and maintenance, germinated in 2006.
To standardize and facilitate the management of different database engines.

It was not easy to put in place to achieve standardization of the installation, use and return of the software.
But the choice of design made it possible to hide all the complexity of switching from one type of engine to another.

dbSQWare is now mature software which has been in production for some customers for almost 15 years and which manages 11 types of relational or NoSQL database engines, such as Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL or even Cassandra and MongoDB.
All in a completely homogeneous manner, which facilitates its use, the overall monitoring of the IT equipment, the integration of new engines and the arrival of new employees.