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Hosting an enterprise application

yogessh chavaan
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Joined: Apr 08, 2011
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Hello ,

I have with me an enterprise application with jsp, servlets, ejbs , jpa and database as oracle.
I want to make this application available on the internet (want to host it). I want to use Web logic as my Application server. Could anyone please help me what are the requirements for this and what is the process ?

Thanks in advance.
William P O'Sullivan
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Joined: Mar 28, 2012
Posts: 860

WebLogic I believe is licensed (not free).

You may be better off with glassfish or JBoss GA (community) J2EE application servers.

WP
Sudhir Ravindra
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Joined: May 31, 2010
Posts: 16
yogessh chavaan wrote:Hello ,

I have with me an enterprise application with jsp, servlets, ejbs , jpa and database as oracle.
I want to make this application available on the internet (want to host it). I want to use Web logic as my Application server. Could anyone please help me what are the requirements for this and what is the process ?

Thanks in advance.


Do you have hardware that you can deploy to and make internet available or are you looking to host it into a cloud hosting?
yogessh chavaan
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Joined: Apr 08, 2011
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Hello William , Sudhir thanks for the reply....actually i just want to know how i can make my application accessible from internet to all users....

@Sudhir , no i dont have any hardware for this. that is what my question is , what are the ways(as you mentioned one "Cloud hosting") and what is the PROCESS for hosting ?


Thanks again .
Yogesh Chavan
Sudhir Ravindra
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Joined: May 31, 2010
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Checkout cloudbees. They do have free plans to run java web apps on the cloud. Read through their docs and happy hosting.
yogessh chavaan
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Joined: Apr 08, 2011
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Thanks Sudhir , I will check.
 
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