At last, the IIS FastCGI Go-Live release is here! This release enables you to begin hosting PHP applications in production on your existing IIS 6.0 servers immediately, and brings multiple fixes and performance improvements over the previously released Technical Preview 2.
Read more about it and all the resources you need to get started here: http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/09/24/Deploy-your-PHP-applications-today-with-the-IIS-6-FastCGI-Go_2D00_Live-release_2100_.aspx.
After several weeks of move-related outages, mvolo.com is back online at its new home at MaximumASP.
The server ran Windows Server 2008 beta 3 for 5+ months in my friend's garage without a single reboot, while the only access I had to it was through the blog's publishing interface. The new specs are orders of magnitude better than what I had before, so I am pretty excited to see the improvements in responsiveness.
You may have noticed mvolo.com being unavailable at certain points over the past two days. I am in the process of moving the server across the country, and that combined with certain other toubles with the internet setup is contributing to spotty availability.
Next week the server will find its new permanent home so it will start being available 24/7 once again.
In the meantime, sorry for the inconvinience. Do check back soon as there are A LOT of exciting news and new stuff coming your way next week.
I've haven't had a chance to post much over the past few weeks - its pretty frustrating at times to look at the ever-increasing backlog of juicy IIS7 topics that I want to cover and no time to actually do them justice.
I've been working on a few interesting things lately, that have been taking my extra time.
Read more at http://mvolo.com/blogs/serverside/archive/2007/09/09/End-of-summer-update_3A00_-New-IIS7-modules_2C00_-Hosting-roadshow_2C00_-MSDN-magazine_2C00_-IIS7-Resource-Kit_2C00_-and-more.aspx.