Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
Over the last two months, a new service has been launched to provide unlimited storage for database projects for any use. Using the most popular relational database management system MySQL to host all its databases. Users sign up to use the service, a database is assigned and created as well as log in information to access the database is provided. They can then use any number of tools to create tables, send, retrieve and update data from the database.
Examples of its uses would be someone setting up a blog, forum, member database for a website, backing up existing databases remotely to another server, etc. If the server gets overloaded additional servers will be set up to provide users with more space. Daily backups of the system are made to ensure data integrity. Unlimited bandwidth is also another feature allowing users keep active database connections 24/7 without worrying about bandwidth restrictions.
In addition to this, our service does not share any information with third parties and the data is stored and protected on a dedicated server by a reputable hosting company. This project's goal is to provide a cost-effective way for anyone needed a remote database to obtain one.
Trying out the system is easy, visit http://www.freemysql.org, sign up for an account and after a quick email verification you'll be able to connect to your own database. Support is also provided via a ticket help desk system and a forum is also available to discuss integration issues with your application(s) should help be needed.
The service has had good success in its first two months of operations and welcoming new members at this time, speed is very good because system resources are readily available to handle a large volume of simultaneous user connections at any given time. Any potential members can sign up for instant account approval to evaluate the service.