How to publish generated tiles to web?

For example I have some large TIFF file, then I build tiles from it using gdal2tiles, then I need to share this tiles with my colleagues.

One of the options is to comress tiles to .zip archive and send it to colleagues, for example here is solution how to view tiles in Google Earth, but I need solution without any additional software on client side, so just browser without plugins allowed.

So my question is there any free service where I can publish my maps? If not, I assume I need to rollout some kind of server on cloud patform by myself, any suggestions?

When you run gdal2tiles command, three extra (html) files along with an xml file are created. These html files are sufficient to view these tiles in browser of system connected to internet. These files are:

• What if I put this files and tiles on server(do I need ftp or something?) what will be link to map <path_on_server>/googlemaps.html? Also seems this way is too slow and not suitable for large maps, I get error to much recursion while openning googlemaps.html. – mrgloom Dec 15 '16 at 13:08
• Also I have trie maptiler and their generated googlemaps.html don't produce such error. – mrgloom Jan 16 '17 at 15:47