I have created a Java Web Application and wish to host it on the WEB. I was looking for buying a domain and Web Hosting on Bigrock.com and GoDaddy.com but found most to be PHP based Hosting. Would love if somebody could guide me to the correct path.
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I'm posting a very late reply here for others who may come across this post in research. There are several great PaaS (Platform as a Service) providers out there who provide Java in the cloud.
Here are just a few that I've used.
There are other providers like Redhat OpenCloud, Heroku etc... and by the time others read this, there should be more. Everyone seems to be jumping on the PaaS bandwagon. The good news is that we have choices. The bad news is that we have choices.
I would also suggest Elastic Beanstalk from AWS. It's as easy and giving them your WAR file and they host and auto scale it for you.
It's free for the first year if you don't go over the limits. After that you pay for the service, but it's reasonably priced.