The Hepsia web hosting Control Panel features a fully featured database administration user interface, which will grant you complete authority over your DBs. You can effortlessly create brand new MySQL and PostgreSQL databases and manage their content via the phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin tools respectively.
An Easy-to-Use Interface
With the Database Manager, you can create a brand new database in a matter of seconds - just specify its name and that's all. You will see a list of all your DBs and their respective sizes. You will be able to alter passwords, to create backup files and to even log in to the phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin software tools.
Simple Database Backups
It is very essential to create periodic backups of your databases to secure your web site content and to avoid any eventual loss of data. With the Database Manager user interface, creating a database backup is extremely easy. Just click on the Backup icon next to the database you wish to back up and you will be instantaneously taken to the File Manager section from where you can download your newly created backup file.
MySQL and PgSQL Databases
The number of PostgreSQL and/or MySQL DBs that you can create varies depending on the shared hosting plan that you have ordered. While MySQL is a very famous database management system utilized by 1 000 000's of individuals all around the world, PostgreSQL is regarded as being a more advanced database management system and is mainly utilized by technically proficient site owners. You can administer your MySQL databases through the phpMyAdmin tool, whereas PostgreSQL DBs can be managed via the phpPgAdmin tool.
InnoDB is the leading database engine for MySQL, which is aimed at securing users' data and at enhancing multiuser concurrency and performance. When you wish to create a new DB table, just log in to the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel-integrated phpMyAdmin database administration tool and choose the InnoDB storage engine from the list of available storage engines.
Hepsia's Database Manager also contains thorough statistics about your databases, including the number of hourly database requests. This will give you a clue about how much load is created over a specific time period.