PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases
Learn the basic differences between Postgre SQL Databases and MySQL databases and see which one is preferable for your site.
PostgreSQL is a feature-rich object-relational database management system, which is famous for being one of the most secure and reliable systems on the market. It's cross-platform (Linux, UNIX, Windows, FreeBSD) and cross-language (PHP, Ruby, Java, Perl, Python), that makes it universal and numerous organizations and companies are already working with it for their products or their own sites - just a few examples are Apple, the US Department of Labor, IMDB.com and Skype. The system is open-source and very customizable, not mentioning that it is far better than other administration systems with regards to managing sophisticated operations. Also, the fact that a single table could be up to 32 GB in size, while the database size is unlimited, makes PostgreSQL a fantastic solution for scalable apps.
PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Hosting
Setting up a new PostgreSQL database will take no more than a couple of clicks inside the Hepsia CP that comes with all our hosting
accounts. With some of the packages, PostgreSQL is an optional upgrade, which you can add to your account easily, while with others, the amount of databases that you may have varies between 5 and unlimited. When you need more than the default number your package comes with, you can add more databases through the Add Services link inside your Control Panel. We'll also offer you the feature-rich phpPgAdmin tool, employed to control the content of PostgreSQL databases. Any app which uses PostgreSQL will perform outstanding on our web servers because the databases have an entire cluster of web servers to control them as a part of our cloud hosting platform.