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An error occurred while saving the commentJustin Mayfield commented
Yes, please address this more adequately. Even shared Bluehost plans have built-in phpmyadmin with full management ability for every DB on the account and ability to create new DB's.
Creating a whole new application for a mere DB is a pretty low-quality solution. It makes a slow workflow and it clutters the application list. Without more ability to tag and search applications, this is a fairly low-quality user experience.
The only thing I can think of is creating a DO or Vultr droplet/server directly on their service (so it's cheap) and setting up phpmyadmin there with root access. I may have to do that for adding extra DB's but that doesn't help me to have a central place to manage all of my DB's.
Also, setting up SQL Workbench is a fairly complicated solution for DB management--especially given how generally user-friendly the rest of Cloudways' service is.Justin Mayfield supported this idea ·