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How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?

The problem is the following: I made an EJB+JPA+GWT webpage which uses GWT for the visual layer, EJBs for the service layer and JPA for interacting with the database layer.

I was wondering if there was a way to host my website in the Google App Engine (GAE) but then I learned that GAE doesn't support EJB´s, so I was wondering if anyone knew of a cheap solution for hosting a web page that uses GWT+GAE+JPA.

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I've looked. You're looking at $40/m for a basic Tomcat instance (128M-512M RAM), to $100/m for full J2EE stack (1GB RAM). You might be better off getting a dedicated server, which is what I have for the sort of things I can't use GAE for (things that need long-lived socket connections, for example).

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im kind of new to web page hosting, do you think this is kinda a good option: [](godaddy.com/hosting/hosting.aspx?ci=22124)? it looks cheap and it says that in extensive language support (on linux) Java is supported –  pictureyournews Apr 25 '11 at 3:18
    
The Godaddy plan uses Tomcat, which does not support EJB because Tomcat is a servlet container (for the most part), and not a full J2EE App Server. You would need a hosting provider that uses GlassFish or JBoss. My advice to you is to dump the EJBs. You can still use them as POJOs in App Engine. –  Chris Kaminski Apr 25 '11 at 14:23
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