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Yohan Weerasinghe
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Hello all,

I am in a kind of a situation. I have started building up a web site as a freelancer with Servlets, JSP and MySQL at the back end. Anyway the hosting services I contacted are providing tomcat 3,4 which is not suitable with Java 7. My client also now need recommendation about the hosting services. Since I am developing with Java 7 and will only use Servlets, JSP, and MySQL, can any of you please recommend me some good hosting services which gives the support to these technologies? I am not seeking for a free hosting. I am sorry if I opened this thread in the wrong place, and in case, please be kind enough to move this to the correct location.

Please help..
 
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Start with this list: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ServletsFaq#hosting
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Start with this list: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ServletsFaq#hosting


wow, this is really cool! All of them support for Java 7???
 
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Yohan Weerasinghe wrote:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Start with this list: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ServletsFaq#hosting


wow, this is really cool! All of them support for Java 7???

Maybe; maybe not. I think Ulf is suggesting you go through them and find a few that do support Java 7.
 
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You can also look at rackspace.com.

A cloud server can be used just like any computer. You can install any java that you want.

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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
Yohan Weerasinghe wrote:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Start with this list: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ServletsFaq#hosting


wow, this is really cool! All of them support for Java 7???

Maybe; maybe not. I think Ulf is suggesting you go through them and find a few that do support Java 7.


Thank you
 
Yohan Weerasinghe
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Kathleen Angeles wrote:You can also look at rackspace.com.

A cloud server can be used just like any computer. You can install any java that you want.

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Thank you for the reply
 
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You can also use google app engine. Its free, but you won't get MySql support. Instead you will get google's data format(BigQuery, CloudSQL) for storing data.
 
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Kartik Mavani wrote:You can also use google app engine. Its free, but you won't get MySql support. Instead you will get google's data format(BigQuery, CloudSQL) for storing data.


Interesting.. Thank you for the reply
 
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Anyway the hosting services I contacted are providing tomcat 3,4 which is not suitable with Java 7.


It's really difficult to believe that someone offer tomcat 3 and 4 in 2013...

 
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