MySQL 5 Databases
Why does almost every single website nowadays employ MySQL databases? How do the aforementioned function?
When you use a script-driven application for your site, any data that both you and the website users generate shall be stored within a database - a collection of info, which is structured in cells and tables for easier reading and writing. The latter is done by employing special software known as database management system and one of the most well-known ones around the globe is MySQL. A large amount of script applications are built to work with MySQL because it is convenient to use, it functions exceptionally well on a website hosting server and it's also universal as it can perform with famous web programming languages (PHP, Java, Perl, Python) and on a variety of server Operating Systems (Linux, UNIX, Windows). There are loads of scripts that use MySQL, including extremely popular ones for example Moodle, Joomla™ and WordPress.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Web Hosting
You shall be able to use script-driven platforms which require a MySQL database with each one of the Linux shared web hosting packages
we offer. You can easily set up a whole new database through the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel and the amount of databases that you can have at a time depends on the package that you pick out. We also provide advanced options to control your databases, such as a one-click backup and remote access. With the latter option you'll be able to employ software on your personal computer to connect to a database on our web servers and manage it. For simple administration through the Control Panel we offer the highly efficient phpMyAdmin software tool, that will permit you to modify tables or cells and import or export entire databases using a web interface. If you take advantage of our 1-click script installer, our system will create a whole new database and link it to the app you have picked automatically, so all you'll need to do to get a script-driven site will be to click on the Install button.