PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases
Learn the differences between Postgre SQL Databases and MySQL databases and see which is better for your site.
PostgreSQL is a powerful open-source database administration system, which has been growing in global recognition lately because of its stability and reliability. It comes with numerous sophisticated functions and it can be used to store any sort of content. PostgreSQL can be interfaced with numerous programming languages, like PHP, Python, Perl, Java, C++, Ruby, and so forth. Furthermore, it may be used for scalable apps because a single field in a PostgreSQL database could be up to 1 GB, a table - up to 32 GB, while the database in general doesn't have a limit for its total size. PostgreSQL also performs more quickly than other SQL control systems when complex operations are carried out. Lots of huge corporations and organizations have already migrated to PostgreSQL for their websites or products - Apple, Cisco, the US State Department, the University of California, Berkeley, and others.
PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Shared Hosting
You could use apps which require PostgreSQL databases with each shared hosting we offer you. The number of databases you can have at one time varies and with some plans you will have to acquire an optional upgrade, while with others the number is between 5 and unlimited by default. If you ever require more databases compared to what the package you have selected offers, you can upgrade this feature via the Upgrades section of your CP. If you have a free slot, you could create a new PostgreSQL database with a couple of clicks inside the Databases section of your account and from the same place you can also access phpPgAdmin - a feature-rich software tool that'll offer you total control over all your databases and it shall enable you to export or import a whole database or just part of it effortlessly.