PowerDNN, a hosting provider focused on the DotNetNuke application framework, announced on Monday it has launched its Atomic SLA subscription program to meet the increasing need for reliability in enterprise DotNetNuke installations.
"Organisations have embraced DotNetNuke because it is open source and runs on the Microsoft stack of technology, the problem is that reliability is main concern when dealing with these open source technologies," says John Grange, VP of corporate strategy at PowerDNN.
"Our Atomic SLA program gives these companies the ability to deploy DotNetNuke and feel comfortable that it is backed by our dedicated team of experienced, knowledgeable, DotNetNuke specialists."
DotNetNuke recently exhibited at DevConnections Las Vegas where it announced its latest version, Cambrian.
PowerDNN's Atomic SLA subscription program will provide complete support for DotNetNuke Version 5.0 Cambrian in its initial release, which features a social networking API, localization and work flow capabilities.
PowerDNN says it currently hosts over 5,000 domains hosted on both shared and dedicated servers. The company hosts mulit-server DotNetNuke installations for government agencies, online stores, and social networks.
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