If you plan to go ahead with Java hosting, then you would require to choose a platform which supports Java-based hosting.
Java technologies differ from other technologies and hence the hosting requirement also differs. Based on the base technology the server, scripting language, and resource utilization also differ.
Over here I will provide the best java hosting platforms.
1. A2 hosting
To begin with, I would start with A2 Hosting. A2 provides a wide range of hosting services and also caters to java hosting.
One of the well-known hosting platforms, A2 hosting was first started in 2001 and has multiple data centers across the globe. It is headquartered in the US.
A2 Hosting provides a 99.9% uptime guarantee. We have been monitoring A2 hosting’s server performance over the years. You can see here full Uptime history.
With the basic plan for Java hosting, you get 20 GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 2 TB transfer and 1 Core CPU.
All plans include free SSD along with root access. Each plan supports any time money back guarantee.
While the basic plan supports these configurations, you can also customize this based on your requirement. This ensures you pay only for the resources you would need.
The cPanel and Softaculous can be added at a separate pricing. Similarly, you can add Turbo Boost to any plan for enhanced performance.
Webuzo 1-Click Software Installer is included with the plan.
A2 hosting can be reached using phone, email, ticket or live chat option. The support consists of knowledge base along with A2 hosting blog section.
The live chat requires you to first provide basic information along with the query. The wait time was almost negligible.
As soon as the live chat started, the customer support representative provided some quick information along with relevant links.
A2 Hosting Plans:
A2 hosting has 3 plans for java hosting. You can start at $5/month. The plans are-
The plans are configurable based on your requirement.
Pros of A2hosting:
- Customizable resource allocation
- No setup fee
- Good speed and performance
- 24/7/365 customer support
- Anytime money back
- Affordable pricing
- Good security features
- Provides server root access
Cons of A2hosting:
- cPanel not included as part of the plan
Javapipe is a cloud-based java dedicated hosting solution. It specializes in Java and security solutions to enhance performance and provide a better user experience.
Javapipe was first launched in 2001. It is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Its java hosting provides tomcat along with cloud infrastructure.
Each Tomcat instance is fully dedicated to one user in the shared hosting environment.
Javapipe is cloud-based and supports managed SSD storage. This is supported by tomcat hosting. It is built to support servlets, JSPs, Spring MVC framework, Hibernate, Struts, and SiteMesh.
The plans support Tomcat 6, 7, 8, 10 along with JDK 6, 7, 8, 10. Also, this provides a 128-2048 dedicated JVM memory.
The basic plan supports 5 GB SSD storage and can support 200 GB monthly traffic. Javapipe provides a 7-day free trial.
With every plan, you get unlimited MariaDB database. Also supported is daily backup, hot war deployment, email hosting, visitor statistics, SSL and CloudFlare CDN support.
All plans have a 30-day money back guarantee.
Javapipe’s customer support can be reached using phone, email or live chat. It provides a blog section and also knowledge base.
The live chat pops up as soon as you browse to their website.
However, the live chat is not available 24/7.
Javapipe’s java hosting has 3 plans. The basic plan starts at $5.40/month. The 3 plans available are-
The above plans are applicable in case you choose a 36-month billing cycle. This includes applicable pricing for heap and PermGen size.
However, the heap and PermGen size can be changed from its default settings. So for higher heap and PermGen size, you would have to pay the additional charges.
For each plan, you can choose 1-month, 3-month, 6-months, 12-months, 24-month or 36-month plan. The longer the duration of the plan, cheaper the pricing would be.
Pros of Javapipe.com:
- Developer friendly features
- Good security and speed
- Supports quick deployment
- Customizable to choose the required specification for the server version
- SiteWorx control panel included in the plan
Cons of Javapipe.com:
- Low on customer support and live chat
- Supports only tomcat
- No server root access available
Dailyrazor is one more good java hosting option. This supports Windows as well as Linux based hosting.
Dailyrazor was first started in 2004 and provides a range of hosting services. It guarantees a 99.9% uptime.
Dailyrazor’s java hosting comes in three flavors. This includes private tomcat hosting, shared tomcat hosting, and Java cloud hosting.
Each plan has a 30-day money back guarantee and a 180-day satisfaction guarantee.
Other features included are – free one-click Opensource apps installation, free migration, free domain name registration, and transfer.
Dailyrazor supports multi-domain hosting. In addition to this, you get a $100 Google AdWords coupon.
With shared tomcat hosting you get unlimited web space, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited email accounts. Also included is unlimited MySQL Database, unlimited PostgreSQL database, 1 SQL server database.
This can support up to 15 java websites with a shared JVM heap. Here you can have a tomcat restart on request.
The private tomcat server plan supports features incorporated in the shared tomcat hosting plan. Additionally, private tomcat server plan supports unlimited java website and has a private JVM heap.
With the java cloud VPS plan, you get all the features of private tomcat hosting along with dedicated JVM heap.
Here you also have server root access. The plan supports other application servers along with Tomcat. This includes TomEE, Glassfish, WildFly to name a few.
Dailyrazor can be reached using email, phone or live chat option. It has a dedicated support section on its website.
You can also submit a ticket based on your query. It has an extensive knowledge base and covers a wide range of topics. The website also includes a dedicated blog section.
The live chat is readily available. Before you start, you need to provide a few basic details. The live chat did not have any wait time and started immediately.
The customer support representative was quick enough to provide relevant information and the exact links for reference.
Daily razor has 3 different java hosting options-
The Private Tomcat Hosting has 3 plans.
· RazorLite – starts at $5.55/month
· RazorExplorer – starts at $6.66/month
· RazorExpedition – starts at $8.89/month
You can choose a monthly, 3-months, 6-months, 1 year, 2 years or 3 years billing cycle.
In case you choose a 3-year billing cycle then you renew the plan at the same initial pricing. For other billing cycles, the renewal is higher than the first time pricing.
The Shared Tomcat Hosting has 2 plans.
· RazorIMAPACT – starts at $3.87/month
· RazorSHARP – starts at $5.55/month
Java Cloud hosting provides a total of 5 plans.
· OVZ VPS 500 – starts at $6/month
· OVZ VPS 1000 – starts at $11/month
· OVZ VPS 2000 – starts at $16/month
· OVZ VPS 3000 – starts at $26/month
· OVZ VPS 4000 – starts at $46/month
Pros of Dailyrazor.com:
- Provides a 15-day free trial
- Supports a large number of application layer frameworks
- Versatile plans available
- cPanel included in the plan
- 24/7 server monitoring
- Good speed and performance
Cons of Dailyrazor.com:
- Shared and Private hosting plans support only tomcat
- The plans do not support the latest java and server versions
Java hosting requires a good support for the in-built application framework along with a good server support.
Over here I have provided details about 3 top rated java hosting platforms. Each of these have few advantages as well as disadvantages.
Javapipe is dedicated to java hosting and has considerably good hosting options. However, point to be noted is its limited support to only Tomcat.
Dailyrazor provides support to tomcat as well as other servers.
However, this is available only if you choose the Java cloud hosting.
While Dailyrazor is good for basic java hosting, it becomes expensive in case you have any specific server requirement.
With A2 hosting, you get server root access with its basic plan.
This allows you to customize your configurations as well as choose the server as per your requirement. It has good customer support, performance, speed, and security features.
Well blended features of A2 hosting along with affordable pricing makes it a favorable choice for java based websites.
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