All script apps including forums or virtual stores store their info in a database - a group of cells and tables that contains all of the Internet site info including items, prices, comments, and many others. Whenever you open a certain page, the script connects to the database and retrieves the specified information, then shows it. The mid-level software which connects the script and the database is known as a database management system and one of the most famous ones is MySQL. The latter is widely used as it runs on a variety of platforms (Windows, UNIX, Linux) and with a variety of scripting languages (Python, Perl, PHP, Java), not mentioning its excellent efficiency even with big databases. Lots of famous platforms like WordPress or Joomla use MySQL databases to keep their content.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Web Hosting
Starting or editing a MySQL database is going to be easy with any of our Linux shared web hosting services. That can be done using our feature-rich Hepsia Control Panel where you can set up or delete a database, set up a backup copy with one mouse click or take advantage of the effective phpMyAdmin software tool in order to edit cells and tables or import an entire database if you are moving a script-driven site from another hosting provider. You could even enable remote access to any database within your account and decide from what IP addresses the connection will be established, so as to guarantee the protection of your data. If you choose to take advantage of any of the script platforms that we provide with our script installer, you'll not have to do anything simply because our system will set up a new database and link it to the Internet site automatically. If you experience any difficulties to manage your databases, you can examine our help articles and instructional videos or get in touch with our tech support team.