Archive for April, 2014

Join us for our first (kind of) Google+ Hangout

Michael PhillipsWhat are you doing this Thursday at two o’clock?

If you’re not sure, then I have a suggestion for you;  join us for our first (kind of) Google+ Hangout!

I say that it’s “kind of” our first Hangout because we’ve been doing Hangouts for DiscountASP.NET for almost two years, but this is the first for Everleap. And it will also be the first time we attempt a live demo, so you may want to show up and see if we can pull it off. 😉

Everleap is your boutique hotel

Takeshi EtoI’ve been in the hosting industry for over 15 years and my relative’s eyes still glaze over when I try to explain what I do.

People use the internet every day to check email, look at websites, and consume online videos but the underlying infrastructure is still a mystery. Throw in the overhyped term “cloud” – which is used to describe practically anything that is hosted – and things become even more confusing for everyone.

My go-to way to describe what we do has always been to use a housing analogy, and during the //BUILD 2014 conference Scott Hanselman used the same method to describe the differences between Cloud Websites and Virtual Machines as the difference between staying in a hotel room vs. owning your own home.

Hi, we’re Everleap

Michael PhillipsEverleap is true cloud website hosting, built especially for those of you who like the features of the big cloud services like Azure or Amazon, but don’t need – or want to deal with – their complexity and cost. Take a look at how Everleap works.

It was created by the same people who brought you DiscountASP.NET, which has a decade long history of award-winning, best-in-class ASP.NET hosting. Our specialty is serving the ASP.NET development world, but these days we serve developers of all different stripes.

As part of that ongoing service to the development community, we’ve spent the past year building Everleap.

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