serverpages.com has a list of hosting companies and ratings. I am in the same boat as far as wanting to have a Java driven site hosted but I don't want to shell out the bucks. It seems the average for a development site is 30 dollars a month. If you want enterprise level hosting it goes up to about like what you said, $150 dollars a month.
The one from inihosting just doesnt look right. Im gonna call them today & find out what the deal is with all the storage (1.2 gig) & bandwidth (20 gig)
About USD$45 perm month, mysql and resin for your servlets/jsp. I have been using them for about a year now.
hi frends is there any free servelt /jsp hosting cpmpany
Originally posted by DC Dalton:
Im working on redesigning a rather large web site & want to do it in 90% servlets. Does anyone out there now a GOOD hosting company or plan that isn't going to kill me cash wise. I just spent 3 weeks screwing around with HostPro & their Freedom 200 plan that they advertise as supporting Java only to find out they wont support Servlets for under $150 a month (ouch) Im considering Pegasus but saw a negative feedback about them on servlets.com (yes I went thru the whole list there) Im looking for something under $70 a month that supports a full blown servlet-database driven site. Thanks for any help!
Thanks for the tips...Richard
I was in this position earlier this year and did a fair amount of research. I can recommend two companies.
1) WantJAVA - wantjava.com
I host a site with them and have been very happy. Good tech support, good price. They support my Servlets/JSP and provide a free MySQL database for $45/mo. They use Tomcat on Solaris machines, I think. Jason Hunter, author of O'Reilly's Java Servlet Programming book, hosts his Servlets.com site with wantJAVA.
I've had a chance to meet a few of the people there. I'm sure James would like to know that you heard about them from Scott Rodgers on the JavaRanch site. Any questions, ask for James ( email@example.com , I think).
2) EJIP.NET (pronounced Egypt dot net) - ejip.net
They presented at the Denver Java Users Group (I'm DJUG's Webmaster). They really know what they're doing (I think one of them sits on the Java advisory board). They are a little more expensive, but support EJB. And, JavaRanch is hosted there so you know it works!
You can't go wrong with either company. It's a matter of how much you really need.
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