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|Cloud Hosting For JSF Web Application by bigboyslim(m): 2:29am On Dec 22, 2012|
So, i've been playing around with JSF for the past couple of months and i've built this simple CRUD Web App using Primefaces. I'm thinking of putting the app on to a cloud host just for testing purposes so i'm only willing to shell out minimal cash if absolutely required.
Does anyone know of any cloud hosts that supports JSF? I've played around with Google App Engine a bit but it's frustrating me with all the errors I keep getting while trying to deploy.
|Re: Cloud Hosting For JSF Web Application by Chimanet(m): 7:55am On Dec 22, 2012|
Check google, dat shoudnt b a problem
|Re: Cloud Hosting For JSF Web Application by Kennyinusa(m): 2:31pm On Dec 28, 2012|
jelastic.com or something....
They would give u a two week free trail and their pricing too is not that bab..
$0.02 per hour for Glassfish..
|Re: Cloud Hosting For JSF Web Application by bigboyslim(m): 1:21pm On Dec 29, 2012|
Thanks a lot for the info guys. I've decided to go with Amazon Elastic Beanstalk. There's a bit of a learning curve but thankfully there are tons of documentation available and it's going well so far.
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