No modern Internet presence is possible without dynamic elements. Whether you’re running a corporate website or a personal blog, dynamic elements add the depth and interactivity that Internet users have come to expect from a Web 2.0 page.
Behind the eye-catching interactive elements that commend the attention of visitors there is always a database, be it MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MS SQL Server. Without databases, we wouldn’t have things like comments, users, or custom settings. Most users don’t give a second thought to these data-driven elements, as long as they work properly. But when things do go awry, the effects can be highly visible and potentially disastrous.
Seasoned webmasters know all too well that SQL-related errors are among the most common website problems. It is therefore extremely important to choose a web hosting service that lets you quickly solve SQL issues, and even more importantly, to prevent problems from appearing altogether.