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.
Internet community service announcement: the dollar sign goes in front of the number, like so: $5 and $11. Not picking on the OP. I just see it everywhere.
We would like to have a docker image that has the same setup as the Cloud Ways servers. At the end of the day, we just want everything necessary to deploy with Docker like we would on a vanilla server, but still have the configuration/technologies that are one of your servers and have you guys manage the server still.