News: Autumn 2013 promotion of Java Hosting for Latin America
Autumn 2013 promotion of Java Hosting for Latin America
Java is popular in Brasil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile and other countries of the Latin America region (the promo covers South, Middle and North America from Patagonia to Mexico). We have many clients from these countries hosting their Java projects with us. Usually they are website owners (site built by a Java developer and handled to a client who hosts it with us), developers and students.
Most popular is the cheapest Tomcat plan that now comes with doubled heap memory, instant activation and 'Best Price Worldwide Guarantee'. Some of them use higher plans (Tomcat Plus, Jetty, JBoss, Glassfish) and also our VPS plans mostly as testing/development servers and code repositories for groups of Java developers.
Our goal from the beginning was to provide cheap Java hosting plans for Java hosting to become as affordable as PHP hosting and we continue the mission with this promotion.
As Latin America clients are one of the most numerous national groups among our Java clients we would like to say Thank You and offer you additional 15% recurring discount for existing Java hosting plans (unless you prefer to choose our 'Best Price Worldwide Guarantee'). To get the discount use one of the coupons:
Clients from other Latin America countries can use LATIN_AMERICA_JAVA_HOSTING_2013 coupon when ordering a package.
If you are not from South America do not worry, we will cover all the world with similar promos next months (previous promo was for India). For now you can take monthly full-featured and instantly activated trial account.
Instant Activation - do not wait anymore, make and order, pay and continue with your Java web application deployment!
Instant Activation is now available for most of our Java packages including Trial accounts. In rare cases where our anti-fraud system fires up we will verify and activate orders manually.
Tomcat 8.0.0-RC1 available in our Java Control Panel
You may choose it to preview and test how new Tomcat 8 is going to work. We will upgrade it to stable release as soon as it is officially published. Tomcat 8 includes a number of improvements compared to Tomcat 7. The notable changes include:
* Support for Java Servlet 3.1, JavaServer Pages 2.3, Java Unified Expression Language 3.0 and Java WebSocket 1.0.
* The default connector implementation is now the Java non-blocking implementation (NIO) for both HTTP and AJP.
* A new resources implementation that replaces Aliases, VirtualLoader, VirtualDirContext, JAR resources and external repositories with a single, consistent approach for configuring additional web application resources. The new resources implementation can also be used to implement overlays (using a master WAR as the basis for multiple web applications that each have their own customizations).
Full details of these and other changes are available in the Tomcat 8 changelog.