If you work with a database-driven script app for your website, all the content that you or the website users add, is stored in cells and tables inside a database, not as plain text in the app files. In comparison, HTML sites are static and all of the content on such a site is part of the actual HTML files. A web store app, for example, takes all of the items, prices, user reviews, etc, from its database and this is valid for any other script that enables you to make a dynamic site. The more the content you add, the larger the database gets, so if you use a script-driven website, you should make sure that your web hosting package features a sufficient amount of database storage space. The latter applies no matter what kind of databases you employ - for instance MySQL or PostgreSQL.

PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Hosting

All of our Linux shared services were created with the notion to give you the option to pick the most suitable attributes depending on the type of sites you need to host. If you don't need PostgreSQL databases, for example, you can choose a plan that doesn't come with this system as standard. In case you change your mind any time later or in case you need PostgreSQL from the very beginning, you can always get one of the plans that include PostgreSQL support. All the plans include a lot of storage for your databases, so even if your websites grow, you won't experience any troubles, as some plans come even with unrestricted space. For the lower-end packages, the PostgreSQL storage can be upgraded with a few clicks from the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel.