Azure Data Studio
A modern open-source, cross-platform hybrid data analytics tool designed to simplify the data landscape.
A unified tooling experience for data professionals
Designed to focus on the functionality data platform developers use the most, Azure Data Studio offers additional experiences available as optional extensions. It's built for data professionals who use SQL Server and Azure databases on-premises or in multicloud environments.
Built-in query editor, native Jupyter Notebooks, and an integrated terminal
Workspaces with customizable, intuitive services to personalize your environment to the workflows you use most often
Platform flexibility that spans data operations, including management, deployment, and migration of Azure data services
Extensions that give you access to new features and additional services
Get a unified tooling experience
Work across multiple platforms
Connect on-premises or in multicloud environments
Comprehensive security and compliance, built in
Microsoft invests more than $1 billion annually on cybersecurity research and development.
We employ more than 3,500 security experts who are dedicated to data security and privacy.
Get started with an Azure free account
Start free. Get $200 credit to use within 30 days. While you have your credit, get free amounts of many of our most popular services, plus free amounts of 55+ other services that are always free.
After your credit, move to pay as you go to keep building with the same free services. Pay only if you use more than your free monthly amounts.
After 12 months, you'll keep getting 55+ always-free services—and still pay only for what you use beyond your free monthly amounts.
Frequently asked questions about Azure Data Studio
No. It's a hybrid tool built for both on-premises and cloud data services.
For more information, including what tool to use when, use cases, and features, see the supplemental FAQ.
Yes, the source code for Azure Data Studio and its data providers is open source and available on GitHub. The source code for the front-end Azure Data Studio, which is based on Microsoft Visual Studio Code, is available under an end-user license agreement that provides rights to modify and use the software, but not to redistribute it or host it in a cloud service. The source code for the data providers is available under the MIT license.