PostgreSQL is an innovative relational database control system, which can be used on a number of platforms (UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, Windows) and with a number of scripting languages (Perl, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby). Due to the fact that it is open-source, it can be freely modified to fit the demands of any developer who uses it. PostgreSQL is also amongst the the most dependable and secure database systems, with far better efficiency in handling complicated operations compared to similar systems. It is ideal for large-scale apps as a single PostgreSQL database does not have a limit for the size, while an individual table may be up to 32 Gigabytes. It is not a surprise that many business, educational and governmental organizations are already employing PostgreSQL - Skype, the University of California, Berkeley and the US Department of Labor being only a couple of examples.

PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Shared Hosting

Our Linux shared packages include PostgreSQL support, so you'll be able to use any script app that needs this sort of a database. With all the lower-end plans, setting up a PostgreSQL database is an optionally available upgrade, while with the higher-end ones, a particular number is provided as standard, varying from five to unlimited. No matter the package you choose throughout the signup procedure, you will always be able to raise the amount of PostgreSQL databases you could have from the Upgrades section of the Hepsia CP, provided with each and every account. Aside from using a script interface, you'll be able to control any database inside the account using the efficient phpPgAdmin tool too. The latter may be accessed via the PostgreSQL section of the Control Panel.