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1) Domain News #1: New Top Level Domains (nTLD's) available!
2) Domain News #2: Waived setup fees for all Domain names until 2014/11/30
3) Server News: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 available for dedicated servers
4) Support News: How do I move a website to EUserv?

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1) Domain News #1: New Top Level Domains (nTLD's) available!

A lot of new Top Level Domains (nTLD's) can now be ordered via customer panel and at www.euserv.com. nTLD's like .coffee, .ninja, .email or .berlin offer a lot of new possibilities to improve your own website or to point to a specific industry or location. Just give your own sports club or hobby website a personal touch. Existing websites can be supplemented or simply use the nTLD's for e-mail traffic under an individual name.

Get your desired domain name here:
http://www.euserv.com/en/domain/domain-search.php



2) Domain News #2: Waived setup fees for all Domain names until 2014/11/30

Setup fees for domain orders, including the new nTLD's, in the plans "Domain Basic" and "Domain Pro" are waived until 2014/11/30.

Get your desired Domain here:
http://www.euserv.com/en/domain/domain-search.php



3) Server News: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 available for dedicated servers

The Linux distribution SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12, specifically geared to business customers, is now available and can be installed via the customer panel. After licensing, SLES 12 provides appropriate support and a long-term maintenance phase of 10 years; Service packs and module updates are expected every 18 months.

SLES 12 focuses on ext4 and btrfs by default. With "Snapper" an additional tool has been introduced that creates automated snapshots of the root file system. This allows a return to well-defined states of the system after failed updates or other critical system changes. Gnome 3 is now used as desktop.

The installation itself is done graphically via VNC. This means that the partitioning, software selection, and other settings can be made individually.


More Features:

- GNOME 3 as default desktop
- official support for btrfs and ext4
- automatic Snapshots with "Snapper"
- 60 day test license after registration available
- long-term support


Note: SLES is a licensed operating system. A 60-day evaluation license is available after registering the installation. For more information, see https://www.suse.com/products/server/policy.html

See all available operating systems here:
http://www.euserv.com/en/dedicated-server/features/operating-systems.php



4) Support News: How do I move a website to EUserv?

When moving a website, with or without an own domain, there are some important aspects to consider. The EUserv Wiki provides a detailed guide to process the move as seamless as possible for you.

Starting with the necessary preparations up to the configuration procedure, the Wiki guide describes the transfer as well as its configuration in simple steps.


For instructions, see the EUserv Wiki at the following link:
http://wiki.euserv.de/index.php/Manual_Webspaceumzug/en
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