Everleap attains the Microsoft Gold Hosting competency
February 23, 2016
Everleap, today announced it has attained the Gold Hosting competency, demonstrating a “best-in-class” ability and commitment to meet their customer’s evolving needs.
Among various requirements to achieve the Microsoft Gold Hosting competency, partners must successfully pass Microsoft certification exams to prove their technology expertise and submit several customer references that demonstrate successful projects.
Everleap is a sister hosting brand of DiscountASP.NET and provides an elastic, scalable ASP.NET cloud hosting solution powered by Windows Azure Pack. Different from other cloud hosting providers, Everleap bundles services like SQL, MySQL, SQL Reporting Services, SSL support, bandwidth, email and DNS services in two base hosting plans at a flat monthly price. In addition to predictable pricing, Everleap offers many options for scaling, an easy to use management portal, free technical support and free site migration services.
“We are proud to have maintained the Microsoft Gold Partner status now for more than a decade,” said Takeshi Eto, VP Business Development at Everleap. “We will continue to leverage the program resources to help bring cloud hosting solutions that meet our customer’s needs at every stage of their business.”
With the Microsoft Gold Hosting competency, Everleap receives a set of core benefits that helps strengthen their capabilities to better serve customers, by receiving pre-sales, advisory and product support, marketing support, MSDN subscriptions and product licensing, and tools to build connections with other partners and showcase their product portfolio.
Everleap is a modern cloud hosting solution built by the team at DiscountASP.NET based on Microsoft Windows Azure Pack. Everleap brings together the reliability and scalability of big cloud providers with the predictable pricing, bundled services, technical support, and ease and familiarity of traditional website hosting. For more information, visit Everleap.com
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