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Difference Between Deploying Web Application and Hosting Web Application in cloud

sarath gowd
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Joined: Sep 19, 2011
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Hi all,
What is the Diff. between Deploying and hosting?
And I would like to host my web application in oracle clouds.
Does any one has idea regarding hosting web application in oracle clouds?
Ulf Dittmer
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I would say that hosting refers to your app running on a particular server or environment, whereas deploying refers to the act of installing your app in a hosting environment.

The very first result I get for searching "Oracle cloud" is a link to the thing itself, which seems to have tons of documentation in the "Resources" tab; I think that would be a good point to start reading.


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sarath gowd
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Thanks for your answer Ulf Dittmer.
As per your suggestion, i will go through the Resources documentation given by Oracle.
 
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