HostMySite adds Linux VPS

Web hosting solutions provider for small and medium-sized businesses, and Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner,, has debuted its premium ColdFusion Virtual Private Server (VPS) Plans for Linux. has added two new Linux ColdFusion Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans to its lineup of high-performance products and services. The new ColdFusion VPS plans feature CFMX7, MySQL 5, Red Hat Enterprise, and a limited number of clients per server. According to the company, the ability to have ColdFusion processes running in an environment reserved for a single client and their applications greatly enhances the stability of the ColdFusion service itself. The client’s application has the ability to expand as needed within its own environment without threat from other applications doing the same. Additionally, the ability to utilize the debugging mode and runtime logs within ColdFusion will assist customers in proactively repairing code in a timely fashion. In addition, the existing Linux VPS plans have been revamped to include 2 new premium VPS offerings with more memory, disk space, and control panel options. These premium plans were introduced to satisfy customer demand for even more powerful virtual environments. Monish Sood, Director of Marketing for remarked, ”A VPS is a cost effective solution for customers looking to maximize their web capabilities as well as manage their IT infrastructure. We’ve seen great customer success with our Windows VPS offerings, so it was a natural progression to enhance our Linux plans with ColdFusion and more resources.”’s VPS plans are designed for customers who prefer the lower pricing and substantial value of a virtual private server versus a managed dedicated server. Powered by Virtuozzo, all of the new VPS plans allow customers to host multiple websites, manage large database-driven applications and other web and email functions. In addition, HostMySite recently debuted a free trial offer, for the latest web server technology from Microsoft, the Beta 3 of its Internet Information Services (IIS) 7. As an early adopter of IIS7, HostMySite is now able to offer customers free access to an IIS7 beta trial environment. John Zanni, Director of Worldwide Hosting at Microsoft Corp. remarked, ”We are thrilled to help offer its customers an easy-to-manage and reliable platform for both development and hosting of web applications and services. is consistently at the forefront of offering new Microsoft hosting technologies, and we are pleased to work with it as an early adopter once again.” IIS7 is the web server role in Windows Vista and the next version of Windows Server, code-named ”Longhorn.” IIS7 is a completely modular web server, with integrated Microsoft .NET extensibility for ultimate flexibility in extending and customizing the Web server. There are endless possibilities for customization, but more importantly, the modules are simple to build and incorporate easily into IIS7. More than forty modules are included and can be replaced, removed, or new ones added since IIS7 is built on public Win32 and .NET extensibility APIs. Mr. Sood added, ”By offering the IIS7 Beta 3 trial, we are excited about the opportunity to contribute feedback that will help shape this new technology. We are also eager to involve our customers in the process, as their thoughts and opinions are valued highly by, as well as Microsoft.” Allen Fuller, Managing Partner of Flat Creek offered, ”As an interactive agency, we are always looking for the latest tools to better service our clients. Through’s trial of IIS7 Beta 3, we are able to test the latest web server, get a head start preparing for the Windows Server ”Longhorn” launch, and look creatively at ways to extend our web applications and add value to our clients. It looks like IIS7 will be able to make’s Web hosting even more reliable, and to me that means happy clients.” was one of a few exclusive hosts to utilize IIS7 in a production environment with the IIS7 Go Live license prior to the official release. Being an early adopter gave the Delaware-based Web host the opportunity to evaluate IIS7 in a test environment before developing an offer that would best suit customers. Source: Web hosting finds news

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