PostgreSQL Database Storage
PostgreSQL database storage - the way it works and just how much will you be needing to have for a typical PgSQL database.
If you decide to use a PostgreSQL-driven script application on one of your sites, you should have an adequate amount of database storage for it, to ensure that even when your website gets larger, it will function properly and without interruptions. Putting additional products to an online store or additional comments to a discussion board are only two examples of what may expand your databases. In the event you run out of storage space at some point, the performance will decrease or the site may not be available at all owing to the fact that after the storage space restriction is reached, the script won't be able to keep new content inside the database - user-generated or system one. Considering that PostgreSQL is intended for scalable web apps, it's likely that when you employ such a database for your site, you'll need additional space for it as your site grows.
PostgreSQL Database Storage in Cloud Hosting
We provide a number of cloud hosting so as to give you an option to acquire the attributes that you actually need and never pay extra for features that you will never use. For that reason, the PostgreSQL storage space is an optional upgrade which you can easily add through your Hepsia Control Panel for some of the packages; with others you receive a certain allowance, while with the top plans you get unrestricted database space. Because you can quickly switch among the packages or upgrade certain characteristics, you can start with a lower-end one and then upgrade in case you need to host PostgreSQL-driven sites. Of course, if you need to create this kind of a site from the beginning, you are able to pick the most suitable plan that has PostgreSQL support by default.