Introduction to Database Management Systems

    Hostway Marketing, July 27, 2010

    By Gail Seymour We tend to think of a database as information stored on a computer that we can access and alter, but the database is just information.

    Windows Web Hosting Series Part 3: Databases

    Hostway Marketing, June 03, 2010

    By Gail Seymour In this series, we’re looking at the Windows operating system (OS) as a Web hosting platform. In the series overview, we looked at how Windows was developed and at its popularity. We’ve also looked at the scripting languages used on the Windows OS platform for serving Web pages. Later we will look

    Structured Query Language (SQL)

    Hostway Marketing, May 14, 2009

    Related Products Web Hosting Launch a Web site with unlimited traffic, numerous email accounts, generous storage, and over $100 in free advertising credits. SQL is the most commonly used programming language that requests and manipulates information from database management systems.

    Database

    Hostway Marketing, May 14, 2009

    Related Products Web Hosting Launch a Web site with unlimited traffic, numerous email accounts, generous storage, and over $100 in free advertising credits. A database is a great way to organize Web sites with a lot of regularly updated content. Databases power dynamic Web sites, meaning pages are created each time someone requests them. The

    MySQL

    Hostway Marketing, May 14, 2009

    Related Products Web Hosting Launch a Web site with unlimited traffic, numerous email accounts, generous storage, and over $100 in free advertising credits. MySQL is a popular, open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) that can run on more than 20 different platforms, including Linux, Windows and OS/X. It is often used in conjunction with the

    SQL Server

    Hostway Marketing, May 14, 2009

    Related Products Web Hosting Launch a Web site with unlimited traffic, numerous email accounts, generous storage, and over $100 in free advertising credits. There are two versions of SQL Server, and both are relational database management systems (RDBMS). An RDBMS stores data in a series of tables that are related to each other in a