PostgreSQL is a high level relational database management system, which can be used on a number of platforms (UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, Windows) and with many different scripting languages (Perl, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby). Because it's open-source, it could be effortlessly modified to suit the requirements of any developer who works with it. PostgreSQL is also among the most trusted and stable database systems, with better performance in managing complex procedures in comparison with similar systems. It is appropriate for large-scale applications because a single PostgreSQL database does not have a limit for the size, while a single table could be up to 32 Gigabytes. It isn't surprising that many business, educational and governmental organizations are already using PostgreSQL - Skype, the University of California, Berkeley and the US Department of Labor being just a couple of examples.

PostgreSQL 8.3 Databases in Hosting

You could use apps that require PostgreSQL databases with each and every Linux hosting which we offer you. The number of databases that you can have at one time ranges and with some plans you will need to purchase an optional upgrade, while with others the amount is between 5 and unlimited by default. If you ever need more databases than the package you've picked includes, you could upgrade this feature from the Upgrades section of your Control Panel. In case you have a free slot, you can create a new PostgreSQL database with several mouse clicks inside the Databases section of your account and from the same spot you could also access phpPgAdmin - a feature-rich software instrument that will offer you full control over all your databases and it will enable you to export or import a whole database or just part of it without any difficulty.