When you use a database-driven script application for your website, all the content that you or the website users add, will be stored in cells and tables in a database, not as ordinary text in the app files. In comparison, HTML websites are static and all the content on such a website is a part of the actual HTML files. An online store app, for example, takes all of the prices, items, user reviews, etc, from its database and this is the same for any kind of script that allows you to build a dynamic site. The more the data you insert, the larger the database will get, so when you employ a script-driven website, you should make sure that your web hosting plan features enough database storage space. The latter applies regardless of the type of databases you employ - for instance MySQL or PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL Database Storage in Shared Hosting
When you choose our shared hosting
services, you can increase the content along with the user base of your PostgreSQL-driven websites as much as you want as some of our plans are provided with unrestricted database storage space. Even if you choose a lower-end plan, you'll be able to update either the database space feature or the entire package, to have enough system resources for your sites. We use a custom-built cloud platform and we've got a whole cluster dedicated to the database storage. Since no other processes run on these servers, the general performance is better and we will add additional servers or HDDs when they are needed. Regardless of how many objects you add to your online store or how many comments people leave on your message board, you'll never encounter any difficulties due to deficiency of database storage space.