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Info on Servlet friendly/Tomcat hosting

 
emilio rossi
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Hallo,
does anyone of you hosts his site on a servlet friendly hosting or a tomcat licensed hosting?
in case, did you had problems or everythings work fine?
im looking for this kind of hosting to put my site on
 
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See the ServletsFaq for a lengthy list of Java hosting companies.
 
emilio rossi
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thanks, i was looking for some user feedback also, for example...it works fine..it crashes daily..things like this
 
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JavaRanch has been hosted for more than a decade on Evolution Hosting, and we're happy with it.

I've been hosting for a decade on WebAppCabaret, and am happy with it.
 
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mmaweb.net has been rock-solid for me.
 
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I have found in the past that Java hosting can be quite expensive, I even started working in PHP for a while because of the cheaper hosting available. My solution was to use an unmanaged VPS and set up my own Tomcat web-server. http://mammothvps.com.au/ have been very good so far.
 
emilio rossi
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i have found very cheap java/tomcat/jboss hosting, but cant tell you anything about theyre solidity, take a look at:
http://www.hostingdreams.it/index.jsp
http://www.hosty.it/index.jsp
 
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Anything with just 64MB of RAM will make you miserable for all but the simplest requirements.
 
emilio rossi
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yes, but sounds good if your whole site is in html and you need servlets only to process simple operations and generate a couple of response page
 
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That being the case, and low cost being import, maybe PHP would be a more suitable solution. Its hosting is generally cheaper.
 
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