MySQL 5 Databases
Why does almost every Internet site lately rely on MySQL databases? How do the latter function?
MySQL is among the most popular database control systems available. A database is a collection of cells with info that are arranged in tables and the administration system is the piece of software which links the data to a script app. For instance, a forum stores all usernames, avatars, posts and so forth in a database and every single time a website visitor opens a specific thread, the forum script connects to the database and “calls” the content that should be displayed on a particular page. MySQL is extremely popular because of its great efficiency, ease of use and the fact that it can function with a lot of popular scripting languages including PHP, Python, Perl, and so on. All dynamic Internet sites that are designed with a script-driven app need some type of database and some of the most widely used ones including Joomla™, Moodle, Mambo and WordPress employ MySQL.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Web Hosting
The in-house built Hepsia Control Panel that comes with our shared web hosting will permit you to control all your MySQL databases easily. It takes just a couple of clicks to set up a new database and with only one more click you may back it up if you want to have a copy before you update your web site, for example. You will be able to modify the password, remove a database or allow remote access to it just as fast. For the latter option you could opt for the IP addresses that'll be able to connect to the database remotely to ensure that unauthorized people shall not be able to access your information. If you'd like to see the database content or edit any cell or table from the CP, you can use phpMyAdmin, an efficient web-based interface. Using any of our script-driven applications will also be quite simple as our script installer will set up a database for the script that you have chosen automatically.