Easy CGI Upgrades Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and PHP|
Easy CGI is pleased to announce they have upgraded the versions of Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and PHP available to their customers. All Shared hosting plans now feature these updated versions - MSSQL Server 2005, MySQL 4.1.21 and PHP 4.4.4.
SQL Server 2005 is Microsoft's next generation database server platform. It provides secure and reliable storage for both relational and structured data. Key enhancements with regards to management, availability, scalability, and security allow users a more productive overall experience. MS SQL Server 2005 offers numerous performance optimizations without any change to user code or database structure. In conjunction with this version upgrade, Easy CGI has increased the default MSSQL database size from 50MB to 300MB.
The MySQL database has become the world's most popular open source database because of its superior performance, high reliability and ease of use. It's used in more than 10 million installations ranging from large corporations to specialized embedded applications on every continent in the world. Easy CGI has upgraded to MySQL 4.1.21 because of its consistent performance, stability, security, and feature additions. phpMyAdmin support is included with all Easy CGI MySQL database installations to allow for easy to use web-based database administration.
PHP 4.4.4 is an enhanced version of the widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development.
"We're consistently ranked among the top 10 Web Hosting providers worldwide because we're continuously enhancing our services " said Dan Richfield, President and C.E.O. of Easy CGI. "Being a premier web hosting service provider demands flexibility and constant upgrading of core services components. Our customers have come to expect the adoption of new technologies. It's the Easy CGI advantage."
These upgrades are further evidence of Easy CGI's desire to continually enhance their hosting plans and follow the recent addition of CM4all WebsiteCreator to every hosting plan at no additional cost.
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