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DiscountASP.NET Launches Free Hosted TFS Proxy Beta Service

May 23, 2012 by  

Web Hosting ToolboxSierra Madre, CA – DiscountASP.NET, a leading innovator in hosting solutions for Microsoft developers, announces launching new hosted TFS Proxy servers as a free beta service for their TFS hosting customers. The free TFS proxy servers allow customers with developer team members that are located far from DiscountASP.NET data centers to improve their productivity.

TFS Proxy is a caching proxy server that caches local copies of source control files and by having the proxy in closer proximity to the developer’s location, the developer’s productivity can improve from speed enhancements.


DiscountASP.NET launched hosted TFS Proxy servers in three geographical regions – in the USA West Coast, Europe and Asia.

“We are committed to providing innovative hosting solutions that help Microsoft developers become more productive,” said Takeshi Eto, VP Marketing and Business Development at DiscountASP.NET. “We have many international TFS hosting customers as well as customers with developer teams located across the globe. We hope that this new service will improve their hosting experience.”

To support this proxy service, a new Proxy Manager was introduced in the TFS control panel for customers to enable/disable and manage the TFS Proxy servers.

About DiscountASP.NET
DiscountASP.NET is a global leader in hosting solutions for .NET developers, focused on providing the best value in ASP.NET web hosting and Team Foundation Server hosting. DiscountASP.NET is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and member of the Visual Studio Industry Partner program. Through strong word-of-mouth and their commitment to Microsoft developers, DiscountASP.NET has become the choice for affordable enterprise-class ASP.NET web hosting and TFS hosting. For more information, visit www.DiscountASP.NET.

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