PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases
Find the basic differences between Postgre SQL Databases and MySQL databases and see which is better for your site.
PostgreSQL is a feature-rich object-relational database control system, which is known for being among the most secure and dependable systems available on the market. It's cross-platform (Linux, UNIX, Windows, FreeBSD) and cross-language (PHP, Ruby, Java, Perl, Python), which makes it universal and lots of organizations and companies are already employing 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 exceptionally customizable, not mentioning that it's better than other administration systems in terms of handling complex operations. Moreover, the fact that 1 table can be up to 32 GB in size, while the database size is unlimited, makes PostgreSQL a fantastic choice for scalable applications.
PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Hosting
come with PostgreSQL support, so you shall be able to employ every script application that needs this kind of a database. When using the lower-end plans, creating a PostgreSQL database is an optional upgrade, while with the higher-end ones, a particular number is provided by default, ranging from 5 to unlimited. No matter the package which you select throughout the signup process, you will always be able to bring up the number of PostgreSQL databases you can have through the Upgrades section of the Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with each account. Apart from employing a script interface, you'll be able to handle any database inside the account through the efficient phpPgAdmin tool too. The latter can be accessed via the PostgreSQL section of the Control Panel.