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Verio Europe donne le coup d'envoi de sa nouvelle solution d'hébergement partagé sous Linux

NEUTRAUBLING, Allemagne, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

La nouvelle solution d'hébergement partagé sous Linux de Verio Europe est disponible dès maintenant. Cette nouvelle offre permet aux utilisateurs d'accéder à SimpleScripts et aux applications Web les plus récentes. Verio Europe(http://www.verio.eu)propose quatre versions différentes, pour des loyers mensuels compris entre 7,95 et 39,85 euros.

La nouvelle solution d'hébergement partagé (http://www.verio.eu/fr/linux) fonctionnant sous Red Hat Enterprise Linux s'adresse aux travailleurs indépendants ou aux petites entreprises désirant exploiter un site Web commercial professionnel. Elle remplace la précédente solution de Verio basée sur FreeBSD et est disponible à un tarif jusqu'à 15 % inférieur par rapport à un hébergement Unix.

La nouvelle offre de Verio offre la possibilité d'utiliser de nombreuses applications Web, disponibles dans le panneau de contrôle du compte du client. L'utilisateur peut installer les applications de son choix en un seul clic, sans aucun téléchargement ou réglage, dans un portefeuille qui comprend entre autres des systèmes de gestion de contenus, des blogs, des forums, des wikis ou des galeries photo.

À partir de la version Linux Starter de Verio Europe, il est possible d'installer et d'utiliser les applications SimpleScripts OneClick (http://www.verio.eu/fr/simplescripts) suivantes : le livre d'or Lazarus, le lecteur de flux RSS Gregarius, la plate-forme de réseaux sociaux Pligg ou le calendrier interactif WebCalendar.

La version pro Linux Commerce propose actuellement les applications supplémentaires suivantes : CubeCart, Zen Cart, OpenCart et TomatoCart (e-commerce), vtiger (CRM), phpList et poMMo (newsletter) ou Coppermine, Zenphoto, Piwigo, Pixelpost et 4images (galeries photo).

Aux applications SimpleScripts OneClick s'ajoutent d'autres applications logicielles et outils accessibles directement depuis le panneau de contrôle. On trouve par exemple un gestionnaire de fichiers, phpMyAdmin, l'administration MySQL ou, pour le plus grand compte, le très populaire système de gestion de contenu (CMS) Typo3.

Verio Europe propose sa solution d'hébergement en quatre versions différentes.
Aperçu global de l'offre, des fonctions principales et des prix (http://www.verio.eu/fr/linux-apercu):

  • Version Linux Starter : 1 Go d'espace mémoire, 50 Go de transfert de données mensuel, 50 comptes mail, une base de données MySQL, 7,95 euros (prix mensuel TVA allemande comprise avec contrat annuel)
  • Version Linux Designer : 10 Go d'espace mémoire, 250 Go de transfert de données mensuel, 250 comptes mail, deux bases de données MySQL, 17,85 euros (prix mensuel TVA allemande comprise avec contrat annuel)
  • Version Linux Business : 20 Go d'espace mémoire, 500 Go de transfert de données mensuel, 500 comptes mail, cinq bases de données MySQL, 30,25 euros (prix mensuel TVA allemande comprise avec contrat annuel)
  • Version Linux Commerce : 50 Go d'espace mémoire, transfert de données illimité, 1 000 comptes mail, dix bases de données MySQL, 39,85 euros (prix mensuel TVA allemande comprise avec contrat annuel)

Aucun frais d'installation n'est facturé aux clients Verio qui passent à Linux ou aux nouveaux clients qui choisissent de changer d'hébergeur.

Il est également possible, en fonction des besoins, d'acheter des domaines supplémentaires (http://www.verio.eu/fr/domaines-additionnelles) à des prix avantageux dans le cadre des offres Verio. Par exemple, le prix est de 89 cents par mois pour un domaine .com, .net, .org, .info ou .biz supplémentaire, 2,09 euros pour un nom de domaine .eu et 1,79 euros par mois pour un domaine .ch ou .li.

Ingo Bümmerstede, responsable Hosting Group & Service Clientèle chez Verio Europe, explique : « Notre nouvelle offre ne marque pas seulement des points au niveau du rapport qualité-prix : en effet, lors de la signature d'un contrat d'hébergement, le choix de l'utilisateur doit se porter non seulement sur le prix, mais aussi sur la gamme de services concrets fournis. Le client ne regarde pas uniquement des services de base tels que l'espace mémoire fourni ou le débit mensuel de transfert de données autorisé, mais aussi et surtout le nombre et l'attrait des applications logicielles, qui doivent être faciles à installer. S'il veut pouvoir réaliser des économies de temps et d'argent à long terme, il doit impérativement prendre ces aspects en compte. Grâce à l'intégration de SimpleScripts, nous avons concocté des solutions d'hébergement des plus attractives pour nos utilisateurs. »

Ce communiqué de presse peut être consulté

sur la page http://www.pr-com.de.

À propos de Verio Europe

Verio Europe propose des services d'hébergement Web, directement ou par le biais d'intermédiaires, à des petites et moyennes entreprises de la zone EMEA. Son portefeuille de services inclut l'enregistrement de domaines, l'hébergement partagé, la gestion de l'hébergement sur des serveurs virtuels ainsi que des solutions de boutique, de réservation et de gestion de rendez-vous. Verio fait partie des fournisseurs leaders de solutions d'hébergement de sites commerciaux pour les PME. Verio est une filiale de NTT Communications, l'une des plus grandes entreprises au monde, qui propose à ses clients et partenaires des solutions commerciales dans plus de 200 pays grâce à un réseau IP mondial hautement accessible et évolutif.

Pour plus d'informations sur Verio Europe, visitez http://www.verio.eu.

Contact presse  :
Verio Europe GmbH    
Christiane Aumeier    
Responsable Marketing & PR Europe    
Tel. +49-9401-784 370    
Fax +49-9401-784 501    
[email protected]    
http://www.verio.eu    

PR-COM GmbH
Denise Holst-Pieper
Responsable de compte
Tel. +49-89-59997-814
Fax +49-89-59997-999
[email protected]
http://www.pr-com.de


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