Spring, Texas – (The Hosting News) – July 11, 2008 –
Shared, reseller, VPS and dedicated hosting provider, Eleven2, has migrated from Litespeed to Apache, considered the world’s leading web server.
The platform change provides better integration between the company’s servers and the popular Web hosting control panel technology, cPanel. The switch back to Apache enables Eleven2 to better manage the nearly 60,000 Websites it currently hosts. The company has already transitioned most customers to the new platform without any service disruption or changes in application performance. Litespeed was designed to be compatible with Apache.
Rodney Giles, CEO and Founder, Eleven2 noted, ”Without Apache, our clients were unable to take advantage of many advanced management features that are available with cPanel integration. It is important we offer a platform that delivers on our promise to offer the best software environment for developers, and Litespeed was a bad choice for our customers.”
The switch also empowers customers to more easily control their Ruby on Rails applications through Eleven2’s exclusive control panel customizations. PHP developers will also benefit. In addition to the Ruby on Rails-related control panel customizations, Eleven2 is also able to deliver the latest PHP updates and install custom modules for customers.
Shared hosting from Eleven2 starts at $6.00/monthly for 60GB of RAID-protected storage space and 6,000GB of monthly data transfer. All hosting plans include both PHP4 and PHP5; spam filtering; AIM technical support; instant account activation; and an innovative automated backup system that stores over 100 restore points.
Eleven2 Hosting was formed back in early 2004 between two frustrated web developers who simply couldn’t find good hosting options on the Internet. With currently more than 60,000 web sites and years of experience, Eleven2 has become a world-class hosting provider that is here to stay. Eleven2 built and maintains its own state-of-the-art data-center facility and has continuously re-invented itself through the development of their own in-house automated support system.
To learn more about Eleven2, please visit: www.eleven2.com.