Can I use some kind of client like SQL Server Management Studio to visualize the data in ScyllaDB?

I’m wondering if you can use it, and if so, how?

There are different third-party tools that integrate with ScyllaDB and can be used to visualize data. One of them is Hackolade.
They recently showcased their tool in our data modeling masterclass.
I’ve also heard of people using DBVisualizer, and there are many more out there. As a rule of thumb, if the visualization tool is compatible with Apache Cassandra, it will work with ScyllaDB.
You can see a list of integrations and connectors on this documentation page.


What about TablePlus?

See TablePlus client support for ScyllaDB Cloud’s Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) serverless - #3 by tzach :slight_smile:

Oh, this other post is mine: I had created it yesterday! :wink:

Do you know whether DBVisualiser does support the new Serverless ScyllaDB Cloud free Cluster?

Thank you!

@Furia I am unaware of any. The easiest path is to simply ask the developers of such tools to support ScyllaDB Cloud, which under the hood simply involves using the ScyllaDB driver and changing the connection string.

Hi, Guy, Does DBVisualizer support ScyllaDB Cloud’s Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) serverless ?