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  • Friday, September 25 2009 @ 02:35 pm EDT
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My old web hosting company Hosting Delivery (http://hostingdelivery.com) appears to have disappeared, closed their doors, gone out of business, or just plain quit. HD let their domain name expire and they no longer respond to support tickets. The web server machine was still up and my sites continued to work, but these events told me that it was time to locate a new hosting provider.

I have found a new hosting provider that I am very happy with, A2 Hosting. This provider was recommended to me by some fellow geeks.

I am now getting a lot more for a lot less money. Features include SSH access, Ruby on Rails, git, and unlimited everything. Server performance is great, the machine has 8 CPU cores and 8 GB of RAM. If you are shopping for a new provider, give a2hosting.com a try.

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  • Hosting Delivery appears to be dead
  • Authored by: Dan Stoner on Friday, September 25 2009 @ 07:34 pm EDT
It appears that the hostingdelivery.com domain is back but support tickets are still not being answered. BTW, I keep my Domain Name registrations and nameservers with an independent registrar, rather than registering my domain names thru the web hosting provider. This practice made it fairly easy to transfer my sites to a new web hosting company.
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