Provided you choose to employ a PostgreSQL-driven script application on one of your websites, you should have an adequate amount of database storage space for it, to guarantee that even when your site gets larger, it'll work efficiently and without any interruptions. Adding additional products to an electronic shop or more comments to a discussion forum are only two examples of what can expand your databases. Should you run out of space at some point, the overall performance will decrease or the site might not be available at all due to the fact that once the storage space restriction is reached, the script won't be able to store fresh content inside the database - user-generated or system one. Due to the fact that PostgreSQL is intended for scalable web applications, it is very likely that if you employ this kind of database for your site, you'll need more space for it as your website grows.
PostgreSQL Database Storage in Hosting
We offer a large number of Linux hosting packages in order to provide you with an option to get the attributes that you really need and never pay extra for attributes that you will never use. For that reason, the PostgreSQL storage space is an optional improvement that you can add using your Hepsia Control Panel to some of the packages; with others you'll have a pre-defined allowance, while with the high-end packages you receive unlimited database storage space. Since you can easily switch between the packages or upgrade particular characteristics, you may start with a lower-end one and eventually upgrade in case you want to host PostgreSQL-driven websites. Needless to say, if you want to create such a site from the beginning, you're able to pick the most suitable plan that includes PostgreSQL support as standard.