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Web hosting and DDoS protection provider JavaPipe has launched a new unmetered VPS product line in Bucharest, Romania.
These brand new VPS offers feature unmetered 1Gbps bandwidth, high clock speeds per CPU core and either SSD storage or SATA storage for large files. They also come with 750Gbps...
CentOS 7 really is amazing. Up to CentOS 6 I didn't like it that much, but CentOS 7 really changed my opinion.
Alternatively you could try Arch Linux or FreeBSD. Of course Ubuntu works as well and usually provides bleeding edge packages.
If you just want to offer hosting to a couple of friends, you can just use PayPal invoices. If it's for more people, then consider a billing system. There isn't only WHMCS, but also Blesta and BoxBilling which are both good as well. Good luck!
They don't seem to be a large company. I'd say it depends on how important your project is. If you take daily backups and could live with losing your data then you can go with pretty much any company. If you need true reliability, I'd only use the large players in the industry (Rackspace...
If you select a VPS you likely have to manage Tomcat and everything yourself. For a simple Java application I would recommend shared hosting that offers private Tomcat installations so you can run your frameworks as well. While I don't know about jvmhost.com, I have used JavaPipe's Tomcat...
It seems you have kept the sync time for mailbox too low and hence there are too many requests sent to the server. The server either blocks the IP or gives a timeout. You should try increasing the sync time or configure account as IMAP.