When you work with a database-driven script application for your website, all content that you or the website users add, is stored in cells and tables in a database, not as ordinary text in the app files. In comparison, HTML websites are static and all the content on such a site is a part of the actual HTML files. A web store app, for example, takes all prices, items, user reviews, and many others, from its database and this is valid for any kind of script which allows you to make a dynamic website. The more the info you add, the larger the database gets, so in case you use a script-driven site, you need to make sure that your hosting plan includes adequate database storage space. The latter applies regardless of the type of databases you use - for instance MySQL or PostgreSQL.

PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Website Hosting

We provide a plethora of Linux shared website hosting packages in order to give you a choice to obtain the characteristics that you really need and never pay extra for functions that you will never use. Because of this, the PostgreSQL storage is an optional upgrade which you're able to add using your Hepsia Control Panel with some of the packages; with others you'll get a certain allowance, while with the top-notch packages you get unrestricted database space. Because you can quickly switch among the plans or upgrade specific attributes, you may start with a lower-end one and eventually upgrade if you need to host PostgreSQL-driven websites. Needless to say, if you would like to launch such a site from the start, you will be able to choose the most appropriate plan which has PostgreSQL support as standard.