PostgreSQL is an efficient open-source database administration system, which has been growing in popularity lately on account of its stability and dependability. It includes plenty of sophisticated functions and it could be used to store any type of information. PostgreSQL may be interfaced with many different programming languages, like PHP, Python, Perl, Java, C++, Ruby, etc. Furthermore, it could be used for scalable apps as a single field inside a PostgreSQL database could be up to 1 GB, a table - up to 32 Gigabytes, while the database altogether doesn't have a limit for its total size. PostgreSQL also works more quickly than other SQL control systems when sophisticated operations are performed. A lot of big firms and institutions have already moved to PostgreSQL for their Internet sites or products - Apple, Cisco, the US State Department, the University of California, Berkeley, and others.

PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Shared Hosting

All of our Linux shared packages include PostgreSQL support, so you will be able to use virtually any script app that needs this sort of a database. When using the lower-end plans, setting up a PostgreSQL database is an optional upgrade, while with the higher-end ones, a specific number is included by default, ranging from 5 to unlimited. Whatever the plan you select during the signup procedure, you will always be able to increase the amount of PostgreSQL databases you can have from the Upgrades section of the Hepsia CP, integrated with every account. Besides working with a script interface, you will be able to handle any database in the account via the powerful phpPgAdmin tool as well. The latter may be accessed via the PostgreSQL section of the CP.