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JSP/J2EE web hosting - who's good?

Vinnie Jenks
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Joined: Apr 26, 2004
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I'm a C#/.NET guy (for many years) now aggressively learning Java/J2EE in order to be able to work on better platforms...such as linux...but translate the skills I already have...Java is the closest thing.

I need a SERIOUSLY *GOOD* JSP hosting provider...price really isn't even an issue (but I won't go over $50/mo., which is more than enough for shared-hosting.)

I prefer the Resin web server and I really *REALLY* love Firebird. I can't seem to find a host w/ this combination but I'd be flexible on the web server...Tomcat would be fine, for example, if they offered Firebird 1.5.x+ w/ it. MySQL won't cut offense to you mysql zealots out there but Firebird is my database

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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