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You Can Deploy Your .NET 6 Application to Everleap Now!

Ray HuangMicrosoft just released ASP.NET Core 6.0 on November 9, 2021.  This is a major release, and the key takeaway is that there is a lot of performance improvements to help make your apps faster and new coding syntax to hopefully make your coding life easier.  A complete list of changes can be found here.

Did you know that you can deploy .NET 6 applications to Everleap right now using Self-contained deployment? I’ll show you how to set the publish mode in Visual Studio.



Good Bye 2020 – Hello 2021

Takeshi EtoWhen 2020 began, we were excited about the prospects the new year could bring. But those feelings were crushed with news of a mysterious rapidly spreading disease and finally hearing the that this was a full-blown pandemic.

Once the pandemic declaration was made, lockdown orders soon followed, and we quickly took action to have all our staff work remotely. Of course, we had our hiccups, but since we were already set up with the ability for our system admin staff to work remotely (prior to the pandemic), we were able to transition all our staff quickly.

We knew it was important for us to be able to maintain our hosting infrastructure and our customer support, as our customers would increasingly rely on their online presence to help get them through this new reality. We also thought that we may see many businesses, developers and entrepreneurs pivot their businesses or launch new lines of online ventures and new projects.

I’m extremely proud that our team has been able to deliver on our hosting promises even during a tough 2020.

Highlights from 2020

In the past, at the end of most years, I posted lists of things that we accomplished. In this post, I just want to highlight a few things we did in 2020.

Security Solutions

Due to increased reliance on online technologies during the pandemic and with many working from home and most using their own hardware, we thought it was important to focus on security.

Technology Enhancements

Onward to 2021

As we put 2020 behind us and begin a new decade, we continue to be hopeful and we will continue to strive to offer our customers solid hosting solutions that they can count on.

We want to thank all our customers for your business and we wish all of you a happy new year. Stay safe and healthy.

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Everleap Renews Microsoft Silver Partner Status for 2020-2021

Takeshi EtoEverleap successfully renewed our Microsoft Silver Partner status for 2020-2021 – this time with 2 Competencies: Silver Datacenter Solutions competency and the Silver Cloud Hosting Platform Hosting competency.

Microsoft Silver Partner


COVID-19 and Everleap

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I’m sure you have been keeping informed about COVID-19 and all the precautions being taken across the world. We are no different, and as such we had to make adjustments like many of you.

Last week on March 12th, the day after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, we asked our staff to start working from home to keep everyone here at Everleap safe and healthy. We always had the flexibility and the systems set up to work remotely, but this will be the first time all of our staff will be doing so.

Yesterday, California has instituted a “stay at home” order which means for the foreseeable future our staff will be working from their homes.

Even though our staff could be working in their pajamas, the level of service you expect from us will not change.

If you have concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Stay safe and stay healthy.   



Everleap Attains Microsoft Silver Partner Status for 2019-2020

Takeshi Eto Everleap successfully renewed our Microsoft Silver Partner status for 2019-2020 – this time with 3 Competencies: Silver Datacenter competency, Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions competency, and Silver Cloud Platform Hosting competency. So we got to build the logo below!

We invest resources every year to meet the requirements that Microsoft sets for their Microsoft Partner Network program. We do this to demonstrate our commitment to staying on top of Microsoft technologies, and to maintain access to Microsoft resources that are only available to partners.

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Top Things We Accomplished in 2018

Takeshi Eto Happy new year everyone! Another year has gone by. I usually end the year with a list of accomplishments but was not able to publish the list until now. Here is my annual Top list for accomplishments for 2018.



Everleap featured on HostingAdvice

John Meeks Our VP Marketing and Business Development, Takeshi Eto, was interviewed by the hosting experts over at HostingAdvice.com and they published an article about our ASP.NET cloud hosting services. We are excited about the feature and if you are too, you can check out the full article over here.



Top 10 Things We Accomplished in 2017

Takeshi EtoAnother year is in the books. Here is my annual Top 10 list of accomplishments for 2017.

  1. Expanded our Private Database offerings
    Back in 2016, we launched Private SQL hosting – a solution for customers to get their own private server with a SQL server installation that is not shared with any other customer.  This database solution is ideal for sites that have large databases, those who need hosting for many small databases, and those who need special customized configuration on their SQL server. In 2017, we expanded our Private Database service to include:

    1. Private MySQL hosting – Your own private server loaded with MySQL.
    2. Private MongoDB hosting – Your own private server loaded with MongoDB, a popular NoSQL solution.

    Private Database Special: we are currently offering 50% off the first month of any Private Database servers. If you are interested in getting your own database server for peak performance and customization, please contact us.



Everleap from the Tech Support Manager’s Point of View

Martin OrtegaI’m the Technical Support Manager here at Everleap, and I’d like to offer up my point of view today and get straight to the point of what Everleap is all about.

Everleap has two hosting plans: the Single site plan or Multi-site plan. You can compare the two plans on our website. When you sign up, just choose whichever plan fits your needs. Remember that you can always upgrade from the Single site plan to the Multi-site plan at a later time if you need to. So if you’re not sure what you need now, go with the Single site plan to start.



Want to Give Everleap Reserved Cloud Servers a Try?

Martin OrtegaEver wanted to try one of our Reserved Cloud Servers but weren’t sure how it would work with your site? Well, we’re allowing current Everleap customers to try out a Reserved Cloud Server for a few days to see how you like it.

What are Reserved Cloud Servers exactly?

All the power you want! Kinda.

Your site (or sites, if you’re on the Multi-Site Cloud plan) is placed in its own reserved instance. That means no one else is on the server, it’s just you. Some of the benefits are:



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