When you work with a database-driven script application for your website, all content that you or the site users add, is saved in cells and tables in a database, not as plain text in the app files. In contrast, HTML websites are static and all of the content on such a website is a part of the actual HTML files. A web-based store app, for instance, takes all items, prices, user reviews, and many others, from its database and this is the same for any kind of script that enables you to make a dynamic website. The more the data you add, the larger the database will get, so if you use a script-driven site, you should make sure that your hosting plan includes sufficient database storage space. The aforementioned applies regardless of what kind of databases you are using - for instance MySQL or PostgreSQL.

PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Website Hosting

All our Linux shared website hosting packages were created with the notion to provide you with the option to choose the ideal characteristics based on the type of sites you'd like to host. If you do not need PostgreSQL databases, for example, you can choose a plan which doesn't feature this system as standard. If you change your opinion eventually or if you'd like to have PostgreSQL from the start, you can choose one of the plans that feature PostgreSQL support. All of the packages provide a large amount of storage space dedicated to your databases, therefore even when your sites expand, you will not encounter any problems, since some plans come even with unlimited space. For the lower-end plans, the PostgreSQL storage will be upgraded with just a few clicks in the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel.