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MySql – Keeps Up With Your Data

A web site that is not interactive is of very limited use. Today's web sites have to respond to visitors in a way that provides a personal experience. There are many database programs that cost a fortune. It is well worth spending the money to get the best. However, why spend a penny when there is an open-source program as powerful as MySql?

MySql is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that permits the programmer to access several databases as opposed to Microsoft Access which allows only one. It offers a full array of features that gives the programmer all the tools necessary for creating responsive web solutions.

Who uses MySql?

Many languages take advantage of the numerous features MySql offers. Web development languages like Joomla, PHP, WordPress, and Python use it as the basis of their ability to create interactive web sites and often include libraries that allow the language to access a MySql database.

Like the Apache web server, MySql can trace its roots back to the mid-1990s. Michael Widenius and David Axmark started with a simple program designed to provide limited database functionality. Since then, it has evolved to become a more high-end response to the need for an elegant database solution. Yet, one of its strong points is that it is very simple to learn and use.

We selected MySql to give us the tools we need to provide the kinds of web sites our clients expect – web sites capable of delivering any kind of service required. Whatever information is needed, MySql can deliver the necessary database support. Our years of experience allow us to take full advantage of everything MySql has to offer. In turn you, our client, have the opportunity to get as creative as you want to be when it comes to designing your web site and responding to your customers. If you need it, with the help of MySql, we will deliver.