I know it is hard to decide between SQL Server Hosting and MySQL hosting. Which is better? Which is more reliable? Which offers more features? These are just a few questions when it comes to SQL Server Hosting versus MySQL. The answer to all these questions is…SQL Server. While both of them are very good at keeping your data organized and make it available through an easy to use user interface (UI), there are huge differences between them!
A major concern when it comes to database development is the ability to access the data through standard based protocols. Don’t worry, both SQL Server Hosting and MySQL support all major protocols. The most common protocol is the “programming language” and is used to communicate with the database. It is called Transact SQL, or short tSQL. You can Insert, Delete, or Update records in the database by using the tSQL. This protocol follows the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) guidelines and one of the biggest concerns regarding MySQL is that it does not fully respect the ANSI SQL standard.
There are also major differences between the two database development tools when it comes to their best uses. MySQL is geared more toward selecting, displaying, updating, and saving data and is weak when it comes to deleting or inserting data. If you are looking to just track clients in a database, MySQL is very good at it. However, if you are designing a database for a medium to large company, used for any type of commerce, SQL Server Hosting is the best option by far. It has a lot more options and features.
Let’s see what the SQL Server Hosting has over its competitor. It supports Triggers, User Defined Functions, Stored Procedures, full Import/Export, full Transaction Support, and it has Cursor Support and FULL Join capabilities. You can clearly see why SQL Server Hosting is better if you want to have full control over your database. There are also a lot more things you can do in the Server. Administrators can abstract database designs from developers by using the simple SQL VIEWS. Complex code can be stored into simple interfaces by using the User Defined Functions (UDFs). These are just a few examples of what SQL Server Hosting has to offer. Please note that this database development tool has all the features of MySQL and that all of the features presented here are extras.
If you still can’t decide which is better, we suggest making a one-on-one comparison and study what each platform can do and how it can do it. It is the best way to make up your mind.
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