PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases
Learn the differences between Postgre SQL Databases and MySQL databases and see which one is better for your website.
PostgreSQL is a sophisticated relational database control system, which you can use on a variety of platforms (UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, Windows) and with many scripting languages (Perl, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby). Since it's open-source, it may be easily modified to match the requirements of any developer who works with it. PostgreSQL is also amongst the the most reliable and secure database systems, with far better efficiency in managing complicated operations compared with similar systems. It is well suited for large-scale apps because a single PostgreSQL database does not have a limit for the size, while an individual table may be up to 32 GB. It is not surprising that lots of business, academic and government entities are already working with PostgreSQL - Skype, the University of California, Berkeley and the US Department of Labor being just a few examples.
PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Cloud Hosting
You may use applications that require PostgreSQL databases with each and every cloud hosting
that we offer. The amount of databases you can have at the same time ranges and with some plans you'll need to purchase an additional upgrade, while with others the number is between five and unlimited by default. Provided you ever need more databases compared to what the plan you have selected comes with, you could upgrade this feature from the Upgrades part of your Control Panel. If you have a free slot, you may create a new PostgreSQL database with a few mouse clicks in the Databases section of your account and from the same spot you can also access phpPgAdmin - a feature-rich software instrument that'll provide you with total control over your databases and it shall permit you to export or import an entire database or only part of it with ease.