MySQL Web Hosting Package - What To Look For
« on: October 23, 2007, 09:20:32 AM »
So your branching out into a MySQL web hosting package and your wondering where to start and which package will best suit your business.

Most MySQL web hosting packages are coupled with PHP, this enables the web designer to create dynamic web sites as opposed to the normal standard text and image web sites you probably have seen every where.

Depending on how much you are willing to spend determines the amount of MySQL databases that you get. If you are just branching out into this area of web site creation then 1 or 2 MySQL databases are enough . Besides its always better to walk before you can run in this business.

If you do not already know then a MySQL is a vendor for the SQL system. SQL stands for Structured Query Language. There are many vendors for SQL like MS Windows, Oracle etc.. MySQL is the most popular open source database server in existence. On top of that, it is very commonly used in conjunction with PHP scripts to create dynamic and powerful server applications.

Remember though when purchasing a MySQL Web hosting package that you find out if the server your MySQL is on is either shared or dedicated.

A shared server limits you to what you can do, for example a MySQL web hosting package that is hosted on a shared server, (by shared I mean used by other web sites also) you may not be able to access your database from anywhere but your own pc.

So if you have the type of business that requires you to be on the move most of the time make sure you have a dedicated server for your MySQL web hosting package. Also a dedicated server means there is less likelihood of the system crashing when you need it most! And of course the extra bandwidth space which comes with your own server.

So make sure you get the right MySQL web hosting package for your business.

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