When you use a script-driven application for your site, any info that both you and the website users produce will be stored in a database - a collection of information, that is arranged in cells and tables for easier reading and writing. The latter is carried out by using special software referred to as database management system and one of the most popular ones around the globe is MySQL. A number of script applications are created to work with MySQL since it’s easy to work with, it works really well on a web hosting server and it's universal as it can function with well-known web programming languages (Python, Perl, PHP, Java) and on a variety of web server Operating Systems (Windows, Linux, UNIX). There are loads of scripts that use MySQL, including extremely popular ones like WordPress, Joomla and Moodle.
MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Hosting
Starting or modifying a MySQL database shall be very simple with any of our Linux shared packages. This can be done through our feature-rich Hepsia CP through which you can create or remove a database, set up a backup with just a single click or employ the highly 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 service provider. You may also enable remote access to any database within your account and choose from what IP addresses the connection shall be established, in order to guarantee the safety of your data. If you decide to take advantage of any of the script platforms that we offer you with our script installer, you will not have to do anything as our system will set up a brand new database and link it to the Internet site automatically. If you face any difficulties to control your databases, you should check our help articles and video tutorials or make contact with our tech support.