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    Default Free/Cheap Java Hosting

    does anyone knows where can i get my java web application be hosted for free or on a cheaper price.

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    Have a look at this site's sponsor :rolleyes:
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    google can help :)
    Google apps can host java servlets. Eclipse IDE contains plugins to deploy java projects at google... There are many useful tips.
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    Not every setup will run on google. As alternative I can recommend JVM Host - Affordable, automated and rock-solid Java Hosting where you can get cPanel plus their custom JVM control panel. With some discounts and – looks they always have some in place – you can get 64MB JVM for $5/mo.
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    Default Re: Free/Cheap Java Hosting

    If I may chime in - Amazon's ec2 micro instances are basically free for the first year. You can have a nice linux install, and put any app server you want on it. You only pay for bandwidth and processor time above and beyond the allocated free resources. I've been using a micro instance for the last 6 months or so to run ubuntu and host 3 or 4 grails apps on a tomcat app server. I think I've paid about $0.11 so far.

    Here is amazon's pricing page with the promo info:
    Amazon EC2 Pricing

    and here is a link to the Ubuntu instance I use
    EC2 and Ubuntu - Alestic.com

    If you go this route, pick an ec2 set near you ( I use US east) and in order to qualify for the micro instance, you need to use the EBS boot (pretty sure on that, if I got it backwards, just try the instance-store). I use 10.04 LTS, but you can use anything you like.

    While this isn't a simple upload and it runs service like Heroku for rails, it does give the flexibility of letting you install anything you want, and I mean anything. You pick your OS, and then you have your own virtual server on the cloud. There might be some nice pre-built app servers out there too :)

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    Default Re: Free/Cheap Java Hosting

    Oh, come on, This thread is years old and you've posted in the advertising section. No need to create zombies.
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    Default Re: Free/Cheap Java Hosting

    Quote Originally Posted by PhHein View Post
    Oh, come on, This thread is years old and you've posted in the advertising section. No need to create zombies.
    I agree. The post you refer to has been deleted as spam. Any more like that and the member will be banned as a spammer.

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