When you use a script-driven application for your Internet site, any information which both you and the site users generate will be stored in a database - a collection of data, which is structured in cells and tables for simplier and easier reading and writing. The latter is done through special software called database management system and one of the most widely used ones around the globe is MySQL. A lot of script applications are created to work with MySQL since it’s easy to work with, it functions really well on a hosting server and it's also universal as it can perform with famous web programming languages (Java, Perl, Python, PHP) and on various server Operating Systems (Windows, UNIX, Linux). There are loads of scripts which use MySQL, including really popular ones like WordPress, Moodle and Joomla.

MySQL 5 Databases in Shared Website Hosting

The in-house built Hepsia CP offered with our shared website hosting plans allows you to manage all your MySQL databases easily. It requires just a couple of mouse clicks to set up a brand new database and with one more click you may back it up if you want to have a copy before you update your website, for instance. You will be able to change the password, delete a database or enable remote access to it just as fast. For the latter option you'll be able to opt for the IP addresses that will be able to connect to the database remotely so as to ensure that unauthorized people shall not be able to access your info. If you'd like to see the database content or edit any cell or table using the CP, you may use phpMyAdmin, an effective web-based interface. Using any of our script-driven applications will also be easy as our script installer will create a database for the script that you have picked automatically.