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At Microsoft’s Connect() developer event in New York City, Microsoft announced it has open sourced the entire .NET framework, which is central to building Windows apps, and it is planning on releasing an official distribution of the .NET Core for Apple and Linux systems.

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In the week leading up to the Labor Day long weekend, there are discounts on VPS and Minecraft hosting, as well as .COM and .NET domains.

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In the week leading up to the Labor Day long weekend, there are discounts on VPS and Minecraft hosting, as well as .COM and .NET domains.

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Red Hat’s public Platform-as-a-Service, OpenShift Online, is collaborating with Uhuru Software to bring Microsoft .NET and SQL Server capabilities to OpenShift.

 

October 28, 2013 — DiscountASP.NET announced on Monday that it has added scheduled deployment support to Snapp Systems, its platform as a service solution for .NET applications that it launched in June.

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October 18, 2013 — In the week ending October 18, 2013, Atlantic.NET is offering 30 percent off VPS, bodHOST is offering 50 percent off VPS, and there is a 20 percent discount off tickets to WebCongress Miami.

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July 23, 2013 — WordPress.com announced on Tuesday that its customers can now register .CO domain names, in addition to existing available domain name extensions .ME, .COM, .NET and .ORG.

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(The Hosting News) – DiscountASP.NET, a leader in Windows hosting, formally entered into cloud hosting services with the launch of Snapp Systems. Snapp is an elastic platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution for .NET applications and the first PaaS to include a configurable staging and production environment for each application. Today, DiscountASP.NET announces adding hostname support to Snapp allowing developers to use their own domain names with Snapp’s production environment.

“We are working hard to continually enhance Snapp to make it a first class PaaS for .NET applications.” said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET.  “We made adding domain name support to Snapp an early priority to help encourage developers to test Snapp using real world applications.”

The underlying technology for Snapp Systems is Windows Azure Pack (formerly Windows Azure Services for Windows Server and Microsoft codename Antares). With Windows Azure Pack, Microsoft is providing partners with the same technology that powers Azure Web Sites so that hosting providers can run Azure Services on-premises and provide differentiated cloud hosting solutions.

Snapp Systems supports deployment using FTP, WebDeploy, GIT and Team Foundation Server to a staging site where users can test their applications before it is set live. After successful testing, developers can publish their application from the staging environment to the live production site without redeployment.

Snapp Systems is scalable with the ability to add and remove web workers on-demand, and includes an easy rollback feature. Snapp also offers an exception management system to help developers debug and identify issues within their code.

Snapp is currently available as a free beta and developers can sign up for the beta at http://www.SnappHQ.com.

About Snapp Systems:

Snapp Systems is an elastic Platform-as-a-Service solution for .NET applications and the first PaaS to include a staging and production environment. Snapp Systems is a cloud hosting solution that was built by .NET developers for .NET developers. For more information, visit http://www.SnappHQ.com

About DiscountASP.NET:

DiscountASP.NET is a leader in hosting solutions for Microsoft developers. A Microsoft Partner with the Gold Hosting Competency and a Visual Studio Partner member, DiscountASP.NET offers both shared and managed Team Foundation Server hosting solutions. As a leader in ASP.NET web hosting, DiscountASP.NET supports the latest Microsoft web stack. Through strong word-of-mouth and their commitment to ASP.NET developers, DiscountASP.NET has become the choice for ASP.NET hosting and hosted TFS. For more information, visit http://www.DiscountASP.NET

All trademarks are the property of their legal owners.

Source: DiscountASP.NET Adds Hostname Support

 

(The Hosting News) – DiscountASP.NET, a leader in Windows hosting, announces their formal entrance into cloud hosting services with the launch of Snapp Systems. Snapp is an elastic platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution for .NET applications and the first PaaS to include a configurable staging and production environment for each application.

“For the last ten years, we’ve focused on providing cutting-edge shared hosting solutions for .NET developers, but we’ve seen the needs of developers change over time and we want to evolve our business with them.” said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET.  “We are excited to expand our portfolio with our take on a .NET PaaS.”

The underlying technology for Snapp Systems is Windows Azure Services for Windows Server or Microsoft codename, Antares. Through Antares, Microsoft is providing partners with the same technology that powers Azure Web Sites so that hosting partners can run Azure Services on-premises and provide differentiated cloud hosting solutions.

“PaaS providers like Heroku and AppHarbor focused on solving application deployment issues and supported new ways to deploy applications directly from source control. We focused on solving the staging problem,” added Eto. “As a hosting provider, we hear from customers whose applications failed to work as expected even though it worked on their local computer. Our goal was to solve this issue.”

Since a hosted production server environment is typically configured differently from a user’s local computer, applications that work on a local system may not work as is in a hosted environment. Snapp Systems supports deployment via FTP, WebDeploy, GIT and Team Foundation Server to a staging site where users can test their applications before it is set live. After successful testing, users can easily publish their application from the staging site to the live production site without redeployment.

Snapp Systems is scalable with the ability to add and remove web workers on demand, and includes an easy rollback feature and an exception management system to help developers debug and identify issues within their code.

Snapp is currently available as a free beta and interested developers can sign up for the beta at http://www.SnappHQ.com.

About Snapp Systems:

Snapp Systems is an elastic Platform-as-a-Service solution for .NET applications and the first PaaS to include a staging and production environment. Snapp Systems is a cloud hosting solution that was built by .NET developers for .NET developers. For more information, visit http://www.SnappHQ.com

About DiscountASP.NET:

DiscountASP.NET is a leader in hosting solutions for Microsoft developers. A Microsoft Partner with the Gold Hosting Competency and a Visual Studio Partner member, DiscountASP.NET offers both shared and managed Team Foundation Server hosting solutions. As a leader in ASP.NET web hosting, DiscountASP.NET supports the latest Microsoft web stack. Through strong word-of-mouth and their commitment to ASP.NET developers, DiscountASP.NET has become the choice for ASP.NET hosting and hosted TFS. For more information, visit http://www.DiscountASP.NET

All trademarks are the property of their legal owners.

Source: DiscountASP.NET Launches PaaS Snapp Systems

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