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Apache Tomcat is easily the most popular servlet container used by developers to host Java applications. Since its initial release in 1999, the free open-source program has been downloaded more than 10 million times, and remains a Java web hosting staple to this day.
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Yes, you are confusing things. For starter, you have to define what constitutes "Java Web Hosting". IMHO, I yet to meet one single "Java Web Hosting" company. It would be not enough to install JVM (majority of OSs come with built-in JVM anyway), it's not enough even to have one or another servlet and/or EJB container on the system.