[Seaside] Re: seaside hosting

Pablo Iaría iariap at tutopia.com
Tue Apr 27 06:00:11 CEST 2004

Hi Avi,
   There are several companies providing free java/jsp hosting out there (there's
a  partial list of them at http://www.oinko.net/freejsp).
   For je2ee hosting I found http://www.eapps.com/ManagedHosting/ManagedHosting.jsp
I also found " Javalobby To Help Provider of Free J2EE Hosting" (at

I don't know their internals but I *guess* that to deploy an app they should
upload the .war file and the container gets reloaded by the server.

Just to mention other language, freezope.org provides free hosting using then
zope web application framework (developed with python). There are ohters web
application frameworks for python like webware.


On Mon, 26 Apr 2004 20:32 , Avi Bryant <avi at beta4.com> sent:

>On Apr 26, 2004, at 8:26 PM, Pablo Iaría wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>     I underestand your arguments. They are all true. But if web 
>> hosting is
>> possible even using fat cows like java/j2ee/tomcat .... we should find 
>> the way to
>> do it using seaside (should seaside have one container per application 
>> too?).
>Are there hosting providers out there that specialize in J2EE or 
>Servlet apps?  What model to they use (do you just upload a .war, 
>or...)?  Can you point us to some?  Are any of them free?
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