If you use a script-driven app for your Internet site, any data that both you and the site users generate will be stored in a database - a collection of data, which is organized in cells and tables for easier reading and writing. The latter is carried out by employing special software called database management system and one of the most well-known ones around the globe is MySQL. A number of script apps are designed to work with MySQL as it's easy to work with, it performs very well on a server and it is universal as it can work with widely used web programming languages (Java, Perl, Python, PHP) and on numerous server OS (Windows, Linux, UNIX). There are huge amounts of scripts which use MySQL, including popular ones for instance Moodle, Joomla and WordPress.

MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Web Hosting

Our Linux shared web hosting packages allow you to host MySQL-driven sites without any problem as our cloud platform has the latest management system version installed. You'll be able to set up, remove and control your databases effortlessly via our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel. If you want to migrate a website from another hosting provider, you should use the phpMyAdmin tool which you may access via Hepsia, or you can connect remotely after you have allowed this feature for your IP address. In the same way you can also change certain cells or tables in any of your databases. Creating a backup is also easy and requires only a mouse click on the Backup button for a specific database. This function will permit you to keep a copy of an Internet site on your computer or to export the content of a given database, modify it on your end using some software, and then import it back.

MySQL 5 Databases in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You'll be able to use any script that requires MySQL with all of our Linux semi-dedicated packages considering the fact that we have the most current version set up on all machines - MySQL 5. Via our in-house built Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, you'll be able to quickly set up or erase a database, modify its password, back it up with a single click or check out the hourly and daily access statistics for it. If you want to handle the content of a database directly, not via a script, you shall have 2 options - either working with the web interface of the phpMyAdmin tool, which is available in the Control Panel, or using an app set up on your laptop or computer given that we support remote database access. For the aforementioned option, you will have to add your IP address from the hosting account first as an extra level of safety against unauthorized access to your info.