Sorry for the lack of updates of late, but it’s been for a good reason. We’ve been hard at work creating our latest product, MaxESP.
MaximumASP started in 2000 doing shared hosting, and over the years we’ve grown into doing dedicated server hosting, virtual server hosting with our MaxV product, and soon we’ll be doing co-location at our new data center. But we haven’t forgotten where we came from, and MaxESP lets us get back to our roots.
We still have customers looking for a secure and scalable solution that is easy to manage and easy on their budget. So we’ve taken our nine year's experience doing web hosting and combined that with our expertise in cutting-edge Microsoft products like Windows 2008 R2 and IIS 7.5. Like all of our offerings, it is supported by our excellent support staff, and built upon our proven infrastructure.
Our goals for creating this product were simple. Make it flexible, easy to use, highly available, secure, reliable, and PCI compliant. In the next few days we’ll keep posting more details on the features that we’ve built to accomplish those goals.
In the meantime, we’ve opened up a private beta for our existing customers. Shoot an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your account id and we’ll get you a beta account created. If you are a software vendor that would like to verify that your application is compatible with our environment, let us know and we can get an account built for you. We definitely want to make sure we support as many applications, frameworks and libraries as possible.
For a quick preview of MaxESP, check out this overview video.