MySQL 5 Databases
Find out what relational databases are and whether using MySQL databases can be beneficial for your websites and applications.
MySQL is one of the most widespread database control systems available. A database is a group of cells with data which are arranged in tables and the control system is the piece of software that links the information to a script app. As an example, a forum stores all posts, usernames, avatars and so forth within a database and every single time a website visitor opens a given thread, the forum script connects to the database and “calls” the content which needs to be accessible on a particular page. MySQL is very popular because of its terrific efficiency, ease of use and the fact that it can work with many popular scripting languages such as PHP, Python, Perl, etc. All dynamic Internet sites that are developed with a script-driven app need some form of database and a lot of the most widely used ones including Joomla™, Moodle, Mambo and WordPress work with MySQL.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Hosting
Setting up or editing a MySQL database shall be really easy with any of our Linux shared hosting. This can be carried out using our feature-rich Hepsia CP where you can create or erase a database, set up a backup copy with one mouse click or use the highly effective phpMyAdmin software tool to change cells and tables or import a whole database if you are moving a script-driven site from another hosting company. You can even enable remote access to any database in your account and decide from what IP addresses the connection shall be established, to ensure the protection of your information. If you choose to employ any of the script platforms that we offer you with our script installer, you will not need to do anything because our system will set up a whole new database and link it to the site automatically. If you encounter any problems to control your databases, you can check our help articles and instructional videos or get in touch with our tech support team.