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hello everybody !

i'am a trainee in a company, i have a J2EE web application (Spring, JSF, tomcat, ...) developped by me, the users are the employees of the company, but they are located in two different cities one city where the application is developped and an other city, my problem is :
- how to deploy the application in order to access it from the two locations
- what information i need to ask in the company
- can i found a "free" solution which cost nothing,
- i don't know if web service or vpn can help me, or if they don't need financial support, anyway i don't know realy what does it mean vpn or web services or network concepts.

I'am appreciate any idea.

Thank you
 
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Does your company have an IT department? If so, that should be your first stop - they would know where and how to get your app deployed to be accessible company-wide (and they might get really peeved at you if you went behind their backs to deploy an app into production).

Does you company have an internal network that everyone (in both locations) is attached to? Or how do people in your company usually share information? For example, where is the source control system and how does everyone access it? If there is a company-wide network, you could simply set up a server and let everyone know the IP address.

If none of the above work, then an outside hosting service or cloud service might be best.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:Does your company have an IT department? If so, that should be your first stop - they would know where and how to get your app deployed to be accessible company-wide (and they might get really peeved at you if you went behind their backs to deploy an app into production).

Does you company have an internal network that everyone (in both locations) is attached to? Or how do people in your company usually share information? For example, where is the source control system and how does everyone access it? If there is a company-wide network, you could simply set up a server and let everyone know the IP address.

If none of the above work, then an outside hosting service or cloud service might be best.



Yes my compnay have an IT d├ępartement, so they should install it , thank you very much Peter it was very useful your response
 
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