Server 2008 With IIS7 Is Here!

Our technical team are always working on new and cool things behind the scenes.

The latest project to bear fruit is the launch of Windows Server 2008 with IIS7 on our shared hosting.

What does it give you?

The hosting plans are identical to the Server 2003 versions, but instead of IIS6 you get IIS7 basically.

Php on Windows Server 2008 with IIS7 is meant to work a lot better and there are other improvements and options that developers will appreciate.

So to celebrate this launch we’re doing a nice little special offer.

The first 100 signups for our new Windows Server 2008 Minimus plans will get a 20 euro discount (no coupons required). So you can get all the power of Server 2008, IIS7 and all the other features we offer as standard for a mere EUR 29.95 for the first year!!

How do you get this offer?

Just signup online – remember to choose the Windows 2008 / IIS7 option from the dropdown and the discount will automatically be applied.

The small print: The offer is valid only for the first 100 signups. Offer only applicable on annual signups for Minimus plans using Windows 2008 / IIS7

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4 Responses to Server 2008 With IIS7 Is Here!

  1. Luke May 17, 2009 at 11:14 #

    Hello Michele,
    Could you tell me is it possible to have my account migrated from Win 2003 IIS6 to the Win 2008 IIS7 platform?
    Also is MSSQL 2008 going to be availible on shared hosting?

  2. Michele Neylon May 17, 2009 at 13:21 #

    For your own account I’d recommend you email our technical support team to see what your options are.
    I’m not sure when we’ll be offering MS SQL 2008, though we will eventually

  3. Luke May 17, 2009 at 14:04 #

    Thanks for this I will mail the support team.

  4. Blacknight Blog - Hosting - Domains July 1, 2009 at 15:04 #

    Last Call! Silly Server 2008 Promo

    Our Windows sysadmins inform me that there are still one or two Windows packages available on our special promo pricingSignup now for the Windows 2008 Minimus and pay only 29.95 for the first year (when that offer’s gone it’s gone…..