MySQL is one of the most commonly used database control systems available. A database is a set of cells with data that are organized in tables and the administration system is the software that links the data to a script application. As an example, a forum stores all posts, usernames, avatars and so forth inside a database and each 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 specific page. MySQL is really popular because of its great performance, convenience and the fact that it can work with numerous popular scripting languages including PHP, Python, Perl, and so forth. All dynamic sites which are developed with a script-driven application need some kind of database and a lot of the most popular ones such as Joomla, Moodle, Mambo and WordPress employ MySQL.

MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Hosting

The in-house built Hepsia CP that comes with our Linux shared hosting will allow you to control all your MySQL databases without difficulty. It takes only a few mouse clicks to set up a completely new database and with just one more click you may back it up if you want to have a copy before you update your Internet site, for instance. You will be able to change the password, erase a database or permit remote access to it just as easily. For the latter option you can choose the IP addresses which will be able to connect to the database remotely to ensure that unauthorized people won't be able to access your data. If you'd like to see the database content or change any cell or table through the CP, you should use phpMyAdmin, an effective web-based interface. Using any of our script-driven apps will also be quite simple as our script installer will create a database for the script which you have selected automatically.