MySQL Workbench can use by application developers, DBAs ,and anyone who wants to administrate or develop their database.
MySQL Workbench is a graphical tool to create, manage and administer databases. The Workbench extends the functionality of the original MySQL command line tools. It allows users to work with multiple database connections at once. It helps users visually design complex schemas using ER diagrams. It contains features such as data modeling, query development, server administration & configuration management.
Its SQL Editor feature simplifies writing queries for the most advanced tasks like stored procedure generation & reverse engineering from existing schema objects like tables & views. Additionally, it offers a comprehensive suite of features such as object search & compare capabilities and migration wizards .These make it easy for any user interested in developing solutions on existing databases quickly and effectively.
Database Migration is a feature included in MySQL Workbench that helps an organization move from one database server environment to another. It assists users in migrating data, objects and application code with minimal disruption. The Database Migration Wizard lets users define source and destination connections and migrate schemas together. Data files can bulk import and export ,ensuring complete database synchronization.
Advanced options such as schema mapping, conversion of specific character sets, manipulation of table data structure are available for experienced developers. In addition, stored procedures and views requiring manual coding can automatically generate during migration. The graphical interface provides feedback at intervals giving administrators real time insight into successful/failed operations which aids troubleshooting.
Database Design and Modeling is a feature in MySQL Workbench that allows users to easily design, create, control ,and manage multiple databases through graphical tools. It provides an intuitive environment for database modeling, including creating new entities such as tables, constraints and columns.