[Mono-list] .NET Hosting Suggestions?
matt.raffel at mindspring.com
Wed May 31 13:22:10 EDT 2006
I like DailyRazor. http://www.dailyrazor.com/ Plesk is the admin tool
I use to configure my sites. Their service is responsive and usually
gets it right the first time. I had just one problem with changing my
billing from qtrly to annual.
I tried using Click on Hosting. Their service was the worst I have ever
experienced. I paid for a full yr with them and left after 2 months. I
didnt even bother trying to get a refund.
David P. Donahue wrote:
> Not sure how off-topic this is for this group, but I'll ask anyway
> just incase...
> Can anyone recommend a good (and low-priced, if possible) web host for
> hosting .NET web applications?
> I ask because my friend and I have been working on and testing a site
> as part of a small business endeavor. We're going to host it 100%
> ourselves eventually, but need to kick-start the income a bit in order
> to budget a production-class web server and commercial internet
> connection. So what we need is a host where we can run our .NET
> website (which, in and of itself, is pretty simple), a database for it
> to reference where we can, of course, have control over our tables
> (MySQL would be preferred, but not entirely necessary), and be able to
> use an outbound SMTP service to go along with .NET's Mail object in
> the code (a minor concern, but necessary for the site to do its stuff).
> Ideally, we'd want something more geared towards geeks, where we can
> keep the whole thing simple and avoid all the marketing speak.
> I've never actually used 3rd party hosting before, so I honestly don't
> even know where to look. Of course, Google searches for things like
> ".NET web hosting" return about half the internet. And I'd much
> rather have a first-hand account of someone who's been happy with a
> particular one, for whatever reasons.
> Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you.
> -David P. Donahue
> ddonahue at ccs.neu.edu
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