July 13, 2005

Java Host

I've decided to try looking for a bottom-of-the-line Java hosting service. Does anyone want to warn me away from ServerSea Hosting? They seem to be based in India, but are clearly trying to hide it, which makes it hard for me to find out anything about them, and me wary. On the other hand, I have been chatting with their support, and they seem very good. It's so cheap ($4.99/month) that I'm not too worried about it not working for technical reasons, but I am worried about credit card/domain/etc. problems.

Anybody have a counter suggestion? I need Java + mySQL. I found ServerSea from GoogleAds.

UPDATE: Next best seems to be Oxxus for more than 3 times the price (but you get a lot more bandwidth and memory - much more than I need at the moment).

UPDATE: Okay, my current favorite is eApps.

Posted by David Boxenhorn at July 13, 2005 11:03 AM | TrackBack

Well, at least eApps use Java themselves. And it looks like a pretty good service for what you want.

Posted by Pixy Misa at July 14, 2005 02:42 AM

Thanks, Pixy. I'll probably run with that.

Posted by David Boxenhorn at July 14, 2005 07:48 AM

Simply go to www.alexa.com and compare traffic rank of all these service providers that will help you find the best.
Check SSL certificate validity before purchase or prefer PayPal account that is highly secure payment system.

Posted by Jamie at August 19, 2005 03:41 PM


Watever you do.. or go.. never ever go for Cenvo.com or inlandhost[dot]net . Customer care is best until you purchase the crap . I wonder why they always close the server in name of maintanence and they dont hav a ph no listed to contact. FInally i got the no from the whois and called to listen to voicemail box automated reply. I feel too pissed off.. Now in mess and plannin a server change..

Posted by Mathew at October 14, 2005 08:48 PM
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