Convenient database for web development
July 05, 2019

Convenient database for web development

Andrei Volodin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with MySQL

I am a Research Engineer in VizioChron, Inc. I have to use MySQL often. First, it is used by consumers that I work with. Second I have to do some experimental designs and implementations with the use of it. As it is open source it is easy to use it in common web projects e.g. LAMP.
  • Database works well with MyPHP
  • There is design that uses the database with Wordpress
  • It is easily integrated with web engines, e.g. Apache
  • Some migration SQL<>MySQL would be in demand
  • Maybe some features that MongoDB has could enhance MySQL
  • Maybe more GUI for simplicity of operations under a Linux environment
  • It saves resources if to use opensource MySQL comparing with use of e.g. MS SQL
  • It allows us to improve ROI as it allows fast deployments and instant utilization
  • MySQL defines the use of open source environment in most cases, and that is a cheaper solution in terms of implementation
MySQL is a most generic implementation of a database of a sort that is coherent with major designs of web engines and frameworks. As it works in cross-platform environments and easy to deploy it seems to be a competitive choice and prospective solution for integration into web environment for a purpose of hosting a website.
It is a well-suited solution for a web server and web hosting, in my opinion. Moreover, as it is easy to integrate it with web engines it is a good fit for websites that utilize registration feature and membership areas. MySQL has a robust support of command line commands execution and could be operated completely from the terminal.