PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases
Learn the basic differences between Postgre SQL Databases and MySQL databases and see which one is more effective for your web site.
PostgreSQL is a feature-rich object-relational database management system, which is known for being among the most stable and dependable systems available. It's cross-platform (Linux, UNIX, Windows, FreeBSD) and cross-language (PHP, Ruby, Java, Perl, Python), which makes it universal and many organizations and companies are already employing it for their products or their own web sites - just a couple of examples are Apple, the US Department of Labor, IMDB.com and Skype. The system is open-source and exceptionally customizable, not mentioning that it is superior to other control systems with regards to handling complex operations. Moreover, the fact that one table can be up to 32 GB in size, while the database size is unlimited, makes PostgreSQL an excellent option for scalable apps.
PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Website Hosting
You could use apps that need PostgreSQL databases with every single website hosting package which we offer you. The number of databases which you can have at the same time varies and with some plans you will have to get an optional upgrade, while with others the amount is between five and unlimited by default. If you ever require more databases compared to what the package you've chosen features, you could upgrade this feature through the Upgrades section of your Control Panel. In case you have a free slot, you could create a new PostgreSQL database with a couple of clicks in the Databases section of your account and in the same spot you could also access phpPgAdmin - a feature-rich software instrument that'll give you total control over your databases and it shall allow you to export or import an entire database or just part of it with ease.