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ASP.NET 4.5 hosting

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sathenzar    23

Who do you guys recommend I go to for ASP.NET 4.5 hosting? I currently have GoDaddy but they do not support MVC4/ASP.NET 4.5 which I need.

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scumdogmillionaire    227

I use Softsys Hosting. They've been awesome! http://www.softsyshosting.com/ and they're priced right!

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Kalint    228

I use gearhost and they're pretty damn nice.

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wrack    436

I have been using Arvixe (http://www.arvixe.com/) and have had no issues so far.

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Jose_49    945

Ok. I have this similar question. Will be learning ASP.NET MVC and I'm looking for solutions. Thought for Windows Azure at first, but want to look for something cheaper and then migrate to it.

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smsabbir480    0

I think you should use hostgator.

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jandler    13

For testing purposes, I been using https://somee.com/ since they provide free hosting.

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IceBreakerG    142

I use Arvixe too.  My senior project was written in MVC4/.NET 4.5: http://grades.nfynite.com  They also support SQL Server 2008 as well (not sure about 2012 yet).

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gohpep    434

Just choose a VPS. It's the best way to go. I prefer OVH.

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wrack    436
IceBreakerG, on 21 Jul 2014 - 01:35, said:

I use Arvixe too.  My senior project was written in MVC4/.NET 4.5: http://grades.nfynite.com  They also support SQL Server 2008 as well (not sure about 2012 yet).

2012 is supported. I use that. I think you just have to make a request to change the server. That does mean that the domains and other settings will be screwed up but I was willing to do the hard yard to get 2012.

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Jose_49    945

Ok. I have this similar question. Will be learning ASP.NET MVC and I'm looking for solutions. Thought for Windows Azure at first, but want to look for something cheaper and then migrate to it.

My mistake. I'm actualy looking for ASP.NET MVC web server.

 

I think you should use hostgator.

Hostgator doesn't have it :/

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