Cloud company Everdata Everdata Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
(Everdata) has announced the launch of scalable Windows cloud services in India. The company, which was established in 2007, has headquarters in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. It is one of the sub-continent’s leading IPV6 data center services providers and specializes in auto-scalable, user-friendly cloud services that require “one-click deployment”. Everdata also offers a broad range of application management tools and, amongst others, its offerings include managed and database hosting, collocation, cloud managed backup services, and managed firewall options. Everdata’s latest offering enables users to deploy ASP.net applications and websites.
Everdata has traditionally sold Linux Cloud for Java, PHP, WordPress, Joomla and Magento websites and applications. The company’s deployment of a beta version of Windows Cloud earlier this year gave Everdata the capability to host ASP.Net applications. Based on customer feedback, Everdata has launched a full version of Windows Cloud alongside implementing Windows Containers support for web services that require the Windows Operating System (OS) within a cloud. ASP.Net offers a range of features including Internet Information Services (IIS) 8.0 application server for managing .NET apps, which supports Microsoft’s .NET framework and its ASPX scripts. The solution also facilitates Microsoft 2012 SQL Server and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), which allows users access to Windows environments remotely.
“Everdata Cloud has been an eCommerce entrepreneur's dream come true,” explained Tejas Parulekar, the co-founder of Everdata customer SaffronStays.com. “With the Everdata Cloud, we were able to create an environment in a few minutes without needing technology infrastructure experts. There is no need to worry about our servers not being able to scale to meet the festive frenzy of guests seeking beautiful homestays, and also no need to invest heavily and have capacity lying idle through other times. With such simple on-demand PaaS service, we do not feel the need to have infrastructure experts on our payroll and are confident of meeting any capacity requirements. PaaS also allows us to not worry about security, as our platform is always patched for any new platform vulnerabilities.” Do you know of any other providers launching Microsoft technology-based solutions? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.