Dutchwebhosting

Partners

Dutchwebhosting heeft diverse partners, zakelijke relaties, samenwerkingsverbanden met partijen en bedrijven in het Nederland, maar ook verder daarbuiten. Hieronder vindt u een kleine opsomming van de partners van Dutchwebhosting.

 

Overzicht partners van Dutchwebhosting

Open Domain Registry (ODR)
Open Domain Registry (ODR)
ODR (Open Domain Registry) started back in 2004 and is currently one of the fastest growing Dutch real-time registrars. ODR strives to offer an extensive and high-quality range of domain extensions. That means that for a lot of extensions, we have direct contracts with the registry. ODR is an accredited registrar of Nunames (.nu domains), SIDN (.nl domains), DNS BE (.be domains), EURid (.eu domains), Nominet (.co.uk domains), NIC.es (.es domains) and many more. In case you need other extensions you can contact ODR directly by email or phone. Almost every extension is possible (through renowned third parties). The power of ODR is speed which is created by the fully automated domain registration and transfer system. This means no manual action is required for your domain registrations or transfers. With ODR you will always have full control over your clients, domains and billing whenever you want and whereever you are. The interface of ODR has been revamped based on user input and it provides more speed and control over all your domains and contact data.
Odin (previously Parallels)
Parallels (Odin)
Odin (previously Parallels) is a privately held virtualization technology company with offices in 15 countries, including the USA, Germany, UK, France, Japan, China, Russia, Australia and Ukraine. Parallels headquarters is in Renton, Washington. The company has more than 1000 employees as of 2015. In March 2015, Parallels moved to two separate brands: its service provider team became Odin, while its cross-platform solutions team continues to use the name Parallels. Parallels, Inc. was an SWsoft company until January 2008; each company operated as a separate entity and maintained its own distinct branding. In December 2007, Parallels parent company SWsoft announced its plans to change its name to Parallels and ship both companies' products under the Parallels name. The merger was formalized in January 2008. Parallels has development centers in Moscow and Novosibirsk. Parallels has acquired 2X Software on February 2015.
SIDN
SIDN
.nl is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the Netherlands. Registrations are processed via a network of participants. It is one of the more popular ccTLDs, ranked 5th in the quarterly VeriSign Domain Name Industry Brief of May 2011 for the first quarter of 2011, after .de, .tk, .uk and .cn. According SIDN's The.nlyst magazine (Q4 2012) it is 9th TLD when including the gTLD's (after .com, .de, .net, .tk, .uk, .org, .info and .cn). It was one of the first ccTLD to be registered, when the authority for the .nl domain was handed over to Piet Beertema of the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica in 1986. Since January 31, 1996 .nl domains are registered by the Stichting Internet Domeinregistratie Nederland (SIDN, in English: Foundation for Internet Domain Registration Netherlands), based in Arnhem. SIDN operates as a registry, with around 1500 registrars in June 2014. Most registrars are ISPs, IT service bureaus and media service bureaus, but several large enterprises with many brand names have also become a registrar, or participant as SIDN calls them, which is a quite uncommon phenomenon in the domain name industry. Registrars have to pay SIDN a fee for each domain since April 1, 1996, until then registration was free. SIDN does not deal directly with Registrants. In the early days, most of the registrants were universities and research departments of large companies, such as Philips Research.
InterWorx
InterWorx is web hosting control panel software developed by InterWorx LLC. The application is divided into two interfaces: NodeWorx, which is used by a server administrators to manage a server, and SiteWorx, which is used by a website owner to manage a particular web site. The NodeWorx interface also contains functionality for web hosting resellers to securely manage multiple SiteWorx accounts without allowing the ability to manage server daemons and configurations. In addition to a web-based user interface, all InterWorx functions can be managed from the command line or API. InterWorx requires a dedicated server or virtual private server. System requirements of InterWorx are minimal, as it may run server clusters on Raspberry Pi devices using the ARM chipset
SolusVM
SolusVM
SolusVM is a complete virtual server management system from OnApp, the leading provider of Infrastructure-as-a-Service software for hosts, telcos and MSPs. OnApp software enables hosts to sell the full range of Infrastructure-as-a-Service products, from bare-bones VPS hosting to fully-automated public, private and hybrid cloud with integrated storage, CDN, DNS, dedicated servers and more. OnApp software includes the OnApp cloud platform, OnApp CDN and OnApp Storage, as well as SolusVM, OnApp also provides instant global scale and reach for hosting providers through the OnApp Federation – a global pool of compute and CDN capacity that you can tap into, on demand. With more than 170 locations in 113 cities, the OnApp Federation is the world’s largest public cloud. OnApp has more than 3,000 clients in 87 countries, served by 140 staff at offices in the US, UK, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
OpenVZ
OpenVZ
OpenVZ is the basis of Virtuozzo, a commercial virtualization solution offered by Odin. Virtuozzo is optimized for hosters and offers hypervisor (VMs in addition to containers), distributed cloud storage, dedicated support, management tools, and easy installation. OpenVZ is container-based virtualization for Linux. OpenVZ creates multiple secure, isolated Linux containers (otherwise known as VEs or VPSs) on a single physical server enabling better server utilization and ensuring that applications do not conflict. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; a container can be rebooted independently and have root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files.
RIPE
RIPE
Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE, French for "European IP Networks") is a forum open to all parties with an interest in the technical development of the Internet. The RIPE community’s objective is to ensure that the administrative and technical coordination necessary to maintain and develop the Internet continues. It is not a standards body like the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and does not deal with domain names like ICANN. RIPE is not a legal entity and has no formal membership. This means that anybody who is interested in the work of RIPE can participate through mailing lists and by attending meetings. RIPE has a chairman to keep an eye on work between RIPE meetings and to be its external liaison. Rob Blokzijl was the spokesperson at the start and later the chairman. The RIPE community interacts via RIPE Mailing Lists, RIPE Working Groups, and RIPE Meetings. Although similar in name, the RIPE NCC and RIPE are separate entities. The RIPE NCC provides administrative support to RIPE, such as the facilitation of RIPE meetings and providing administrative support to RIPE Working Groups. It was established in 1992 by the RIPE community to serve as an administrative body.
DirectAdmin
DirectAdmin
DirectAdmin is a control panel that allows you to manage your dedicated server (Web, Email, DNS, FTP and so on). It has many features such as: a complete system for resellers (account management, statistics and more), an incident ticket system integrated into the panel, system updates. DirectAdmin is a web panel for simple administration of a dedicated server. Its ease of use and speed make it a very popular panel for the general public.
dns.be
dns.be
.be is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Belgium. The domain became active in 1989 and was administrated by Pierre Verbaeten of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. In 2000, the control of the TLD was transferred to DNS Belgium. As of June 2013 there are 1,392,477 registered domains. It was announced in November 2005 that the initial registration of domains would be free until the beginning of 2006, though with some limits on the number any individual was allowed to register. This was remarkably popular, with some 17,000 registrations coming in on the first day of the promotion. Domain names are registered directly at second level. Some of Belgian's main academic institutions, such as the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Université Libre de Bruxelles, use third-level names under ac.be, but others have abandoned its use (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Universiteit Gent and Université Catholique de Louvain). Any .be registration has to be ordered via a registered agent. The domain has also been in use as a logo for the federal government since 2003.
Installatron
Installatron
Installatron is a multi-platform application installer that provides a graphical interface and automation tools designed to simplify the process of deploying and managing web applications. Installatron is available as a plug-in for popular web hosting control panels. Installatron is multi-platform and compatible with Linux, BSD, and Windows. The developers maintain support for many web hosting control panels: Applications provided by Installatron are many and cover a broad number of categories.
Softaculous
Softaculous
Softaculous is a commercial script library that automates the installation of commercial and open source web applications to a website. Softaculous scripts are executed from the administration area of a website control panel, typically via an interface tool such as cPanel, Plesk, H-Sphere, DirectAdmin and InterWorx. Softaculous targets open-source software and is available in Pro and Free versions. Softaculous applications typically create tables in a database, install software, adjust permissions, and modify web server configuration files.
4PSA
4PSA
4PSA was one of the first in the world to introduce a cloud PBX platform - VoipNow. Currently VoipNow is the most technically advanced Unified Communications platform for service providers. More than 10,000 partners trust VoipNow to deliver cloud services to SMBs and large organizations. VoipNow Mobile successfully replaces desktop phones and brings manageable and secure BYOD - lower purchasing costs, easier provisioning, monitoring, and security updates.
Domeinnaambank
Domeinnaambank
Domeinnaambank is an internationally operating company offering a large number of international (fast-growing) domain names based on sale at competitive prices. The domain names which are being sold are suitable for everybody whether it's a business, individual or organization. However, the domain names offered are exclusively offered by Domeinnaambank, so you will never run into such a domain from another provider.
NIC Worldwide
NIC Worldwide
Through combining various channels it's possible for Dutchwebhosting to register or transfer almost every TLD (extension) on the planet. From .ac to .zw and from .vg to .bf. Every TLD is possible at Dutchwebhosting. Almost every TLD registered at Dutchwebhosting. Almost nothing is impossible. Dutchwebhosting can also exotic TLDs register, including, but not alone; .vlaanderen, .friesland, .fm, .museum, .travel, .post, .tel, .mobi, .name and so on. The term 'TLD' stands for top-level domain, which is described by some as also extension or even Internet extension. It is always the last part of a domain (behind the last point). In The Netherlands hears the .nl TLD, and with our neighbors is again .be (Belgium). To get a complete picture of a domain name is a simple example. If one looks at www.dutchwebhosting.nl. Then dutchwebhosting.nl the complete domain name, which is the .com TLD. Then we have only www untreated. We call this a subdomain. Often subdomains used for alternative services, such as webmail.
CloudFlare
CloudFlare
CloudFlare is a U.S. company that provides a content delivery network and distributed domain name server services, sitting between the visitor and the CloudFlare user's hosting provider, acting as a reverse proxy for websites. Its network protects, speeds up, and improves availability for a website or mobile application with a change in DNS. CloudFlare is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with an additional office in London. CloudFlare was created in 2009 by Matthew Prince, Lee Holloway, and Michelle Zatlyn, who had previously worked on Project Honey Pot. CloudFlare was launched at the September 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt conference. It received media attention in June 2011, after providing security to LulzSec's website.
Magento
Magento
Magento is an open-source content management system for e-commerce web sites. The software was originally developed by Varien Inc., a US private company headquartered in Culver City, California, with assistance from volunteers. Varien published the first general-availability release of the software on March 31, 2008. Roy Rubin, former CEO of Varien, later sold a substantial share of the company to eBay, which is now the sole owner. According to research conducted by aheadWorks in October 2014, Magento's market share among the 30 most popular e-commerce platforms is about 30%. Magento employs the MySQL relational database management system, the PHP programming language, and elements of the Zend Framework. It applies the conventions of object-oriented programming and model-view-controller architecture. Magento also uses the entity–attribute–value model to store data.
EURid
EURid
EURid vzw/asbl (European Registry for Internet Domains) is a non-profit organisation appointed by the European Commission on 8 April 2003 as the domain name registry to operate the new .eu top-level domain. EURid is a consortium of three European ccTLD operators: DNS Belgium (.be), IIT-CNR (.it) and NIC-SE (.se). It has been established in Belgium, having its headquarters in Brussels. In October 2006, they opened their first branch office in Stockholm. Two further branch offices have been opened in Italy and the Czech Republic. There are four associate members: The Academic and Research Network of Slovenia (ARNES), the registry for .si, the national top-level domain for Slovenia, CZ.NIC, the registry for .cz, the national top-level domain for the Czech Republic, ISOC-ECC, the European chapter of the Internet Society, and BUSINESSEUROPE, a confederation of 39 industry-related federations from 33 countries. EURid uses the Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) which enables registrars to perform operations on .eu domain names directly.
De bovenstaande selecte is slechts een zeer kleine greep uit de partners waarmee Dutchwebhosting zaken doet.