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Hi,

I had subscribed to unlimitedGB.com web hosting provider but experienced frequent unavailability of my domain on the Internet. After raising tickets with them, they make it available and that too after a long time. After experiencing all these things, I searched for the reviews of this web hosting provider and got to know too many bad reviews about them being fraudsters and all.
Now I want to go with a reliable webhosting provider.

Can anyone tell me a list of good, genuine and reliable webhosting providers?

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Pankaj
 
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What kind of hosting do you need? Just HTML / JavaScript? Servlet containers? High/low bandwidth? High/low volumes?

If it's just a simple HTML/JavaScript site with modest throughput then you can use GitHub Pages. I use this service for my personal blog, and have also used it to host a website for a developer conference I was involved in last month. No problems.

If you need something more substantial the I have found 1&1 Web Hosting to be very reliable.
 
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Hi,
Sorry I forgot to mention that I'm interested in building a J2EE webapp. So would need webhosting that supports jsp servlets and some database.
 
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I assume when you say J2EE you don't really mean J2EE as that has not been current since over a decade ago? You mean Java EE surely.

Anyway, you're most likely going to need to rent a server. Renting a virtual server is quite a cost effective way to do this, and they often come preconfigured with a choice of Servlet or Java EE containers and a choice of databases you can use. But if not, then the machine is yours to install whatever you need on it.
 
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Yeah I mean Java EE. But then my query is to know the list of reliable Java web hosting providers as recently I have been a victim to a fraudulent web hosting provider and now they are not even refunding the amount
 
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I have rented a virtual server from 1&1 in the past and found them to be good. I can't make any other recommendations other than that.
 
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Amazon has AWS Elastic Beanstalk (Tomcat) and Redhat has OpenShift (JBoss) - both are PaaS services which you can deploy your JEE application to. They both provide a free tier so you can give them a try a no cost.
 
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