July 5, 2008 in FileMaker (F)
[prMac.com] Irvine, California - dbdom.com, an international series of data centers specializing in dedicated server hosting solutions, is proud to announce it will be exhibiting at the FileMaker Developer Conference 2008 in Phoenix, Arizona July 13-17 held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa. dbdom.com has been bringing enterprise class hosting to FileMaker database solutions for over 15 years and continues to innovate with the highest class of hosting platforms available.
Building on its large inventory of Apple Xserves and Intel based Bladecenters, dbdom.com is able to provide the highest level of performance, flexibility and reliability across all of its hosted offerings - ranging from clients with just a few databases to dedicated servers running OSX Server, Windows 2003 Server and RedHat Linux with control panels ideal for resellers and large projects.
Among the various services being demonstrated at DevCon 2008 will be dbdom.com database hosting with FileMaker Server 9 Advanced, including Instant Web Publishing and integration with Lasso Professional, MySQL and MSSQL data engines. dbdom.com offers FileMaker publishing utuilizing dedicated servers with complete control of the FileMaker Admin Console, PHP and XSLT Site Assistant and Instant Web Publishing engines. dbdom.com offers expanded dedicated solutions for hosting needs where multiple data services may be added to the client web-serving platform allowing for simultaneous database web programming with FileMaker Server Advanced, MySQL and MSSQL backends.
dbdom.com FileMaker 9 publishing solutions start at $50/month with IWP and optional FXphp and Lasso domain hosts with webmail. dbdom.com dedicated servers start at $100/monthly with Lasso Developer, MySQL or other technologies preinstalled. dbdom.com Dedicated FileMaker Server 9 Advanced solutions are available at various prices depending on configuration.
Demos will be available of various data driven web technologies on all dbdom.com platforms as well as the full server control panels available across our OSX, Windows and Linux dedicated offerings. Demos of thin-client computing featuring dbdom.com remote desktop technologies will also be available.
Show attendees visiting the dbdom.com booth will be entitled to several promotions with our technical partners. As the infrastructure provider to FMPug, dbdom.com is offering FMPug members extended discounts at the Developer Conference on selected offerings. Details will be available at the FMPug and dbdom.com booths on the show floor.
As in previous years, dbdom.com is featuring its Lasso product offerings in conjunction with LassoSoft and will be demonstrating its Lasso Server Professional 8.5 dedicated server offerings.
Also being demonstrated at DevCon 2008 will be the dbdom.com Branded Datacenter offerings, a truly enterprise solution available to resellers, corporations or large projects where complete control of several independent operating systems is required. Demos will also be offered of the dbdom.com physical-to-virtual server consolidation solution, whereby administrators are sent a kit by dbdom.com to transfer their existing servers to dbdom.com and can completely take down their in-house hosted servers. The dbdom.com physical-to-virtual server consolidation solution allows companies to reduce their Internet line costs and eleiminate server harware costs altogether.
dbdom.com provides dedicated servers for hosting web sites, database applications, developers and resellers using Apple Xserve, RedHat Linux and Windows 2003 Server platforms. Our database platforms include FileMaker database hosting and inexpensive Lasso domain hosts with FileMaker or MySQL data sources, your choice of OSX or Windows server. Available dedicated database servers include Lasso Professional and MySQL, MSSQL, and FileMaker Server Advanced configured to your needs. Custom dedicated servers are always available as well as the most secure co-location for your existing equipment. dbdom.com facilities are fully redundant N+1 with dual fiber carrier-independent.