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I'm planning to deploy my first Umbraco web app.
Since it's just a student project, I don't want to spend a lot of money for it. IONOS by 1&1 have a very good offer but I'm not sure if it supports Umbraco 9.
A few years ago this post asked the same question, but Umbracos deployment dependencies are different now.
Does anybody know if it still works?
Being very skeptical, I asked several times to make sure there were not any extra charges. He says no, $15 a year and I have access to email, something else, blah blah blah. I don't use the services offered by 1&1. I never have. I haven't even logged into the dashboard since I registered this domain. I was a little naive, I must admit, to think that was a no strings Speed Test attached deal.
As a well-established web host, you know that you can put your trust in 1&1 IONOS. They also offer 24/7 customer support, should you need to resolve any issues.
@Samerbeni Do you have any insights on this? I'm currently struggling, because Umbraco9 runs on Ionos, but crashes every 5-10 clicks.
I have recently tested the IONOS offer Windows Webhosting Essential for 5 € per month (plus initial setup with Umbraco 10.3.2. It runs!
But the all-over experience is not nice. Compared to Umbraco Cloud the update process is very old school.
Nevertheless, if the budget is your concern, this is probably the cheapest option to host an Umbraco CMS website.
I have started a blog about this topic, It is currently only in German, but thanks to Google and co. this should not be an issue - right? ;-)
I believe you can ask them. If they support Full Trust permission, then Umbraco should be working. Or if I can recommend, you may take a look at Asphostportal, I can quite recommend them.
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