Provided you choose to use a PostgreSQL-driven script app on any of your websites, you should have adequate database storage for it, in order to ensure that even if your website grows, it will run effectively and without any disorders. Adding more items to an electronic shop or more comments to a discussion forum are just two examples of what may increase the size of your databases. If you run out of storage space at some point, the functionality could decrease or the site may not be available at all owing to the fact that when the storage limit is reached, the script won't be able to save new content in the database - user-generated or system one. Since PostgreSQL is intended for scalable web apps, it is likely that if you use this type of database for your website, you'll need additional space for it as your site expands.

PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Website Hosting

When you select our shared website hosting services, you can increase the content and the user base of your PostgreSQL-driven websites as much as you will need as a few of our packages contain unrestricted database storage space. Even if you start with a lower-end package, you'll be able to improve either the database storage feature or the entire package, to have enough system resources for your sites. We use a tailor-made cloud platform and we've got a whole cluster dedicated to the database storage. Since no other processes run using these servers, the overall performance is better and we can add additional servers or harddisks when they're needed. No matter how many objects you include in your webstore or the number of comments users leave on your discussion forum, you will never encounter any difficulties caused by deficiency of database storage.