Know Your SQL Databases

Relational database management systems (RDMS) are very popular in the web hosting world. While non-relational databases, often called NoSQL, may be gaining popularity, most small, medium and even still some large websites rely on SQL technology. This is just a brief intro to the various brands of SQL out there.
MySQL – One of the older […]

3 Database Types and When to Use Them

Databases come in many sizes and flavors. Knowing which one is best for the type of application/website and data you are using can save you a lot of time and money in the long term. The following are three common database types as well as scenarios when you might want to use them.
Flat-file Database – […]

Alternatives to MySQL Database Server

Because most of today‚Äôs websites are dynamic and use server-side scripting, it is pretty much expected for dedicated servers to have some form of database management, either in the form of a full database server or a set of database libraries. MySQL is one of the most widely-used relational database management systems (RDBMS). […]

Setting Up a New Server

Starting your own server can be exciting and frightening at the same time. While it provides you with new independence that you would not have using a shared hosting account, it also places a tremendous amount of responsibility on you that you did not have before. Whenever you have security, stability, or performance […]