Node.js in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With a semi-dedicated server
from us, you can make use of all the advantages that the Node.js platform is offering, due to the fact that it is available with all our semi-dedicated server packages and you are able to add it to your semi-dedicated account with a couple of mouse clicks from the Hepsia hosting Control Panel – the semi-dedicated server management tool that’s included with each semi-dedicated server. If you want to use Node.js for multiple Internet apps, you can pick the number of instances that the platform will use when you’re adding this service to your plan. After that, you’ll need to specify the location of the .js file in your semi-dedicated account for each instance. This can be done in the new section that will appear in the Control Panel after you order the upgrade and during the process, you can also select whether the access path to the particular application should go through a dedicated IP – in case you’ve got one, or through the server’s shared IP address. Each instance that you activate can be rebooted or terminated separately and you can see the output of your applications with only a couple of clicks of the mouse.
Node.js in Dedicated Web Hosting
When you decide to purchase one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
for your script-powered web apps and if you select the Hepsia Control Panel during the order process, you’ll be able to use Node.js at no additional cost, since the event-driven platform is incorporated into our custom Control Panel tool. Since our dedicated servers are incredibly powerful, you will enjoy great performance even if you host lots of Node.js instances at once. The configuration takes a couple of clicks and Hepsia’s GUI will make it rather easy for you to create a new instance even if you’ve got little or no previous experience. Adding the .js file path and choosing a shared or a dedicated IP will be everything that you will need to do on your end and as soon as our system has specified a port to access that file, you’ll be all set. Any of the Node.js instances that you’ve created can be restarted or terminated independently and you’ll get access to a detailed output log for each application that uses Node.js.