Node.js in VPS Web Hosting
Node.js comes with all Hepsia hosting Control Panel-managed Linux VPS web hosting that we offer and you can set it up without coming across any problem, even if you’ve never used it before, as the Hepsia Control Panel has an easy to work with, point-and-click GUI, which will allow you to do anything effortlessly. The Node.js platform can be used for as many web-based applications as you wish, so you can get the most out of your Internet sites by mixing the power of our VPSs with the performance provided by Node.js. You have to specify the path to the .js file in your VPS account and to select whether it will use a dedicated IP or your server’s shared IP and you’ll be all set. The file can be accessed using a port number that our system will assign randomly when you add a new Node.js instance. Hepsia will give you full control over all Node.js instances and, with just one mouse click, you’ll be able to start, to discontinue or to restart them, as well as to view the output of each app that uses the platform.
Node.js in Dedicated Servers Hosting
If you decide to buy any of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages for your script-based apps and if you pick the Hepsia hosting Control Panel during the order process, you’ll be able to use Node.js at no additional charge, as this platform is incorporated into our custom tool. As our servers are astonishingly powerful, you’ll enjoy excellent results even if you manage multiple Node.js instances at once. The configuration requires a few clicks and Hepsia’s graphical user interface will make it pretty easy for you to create a new Node.js instance even if you’ve got little or no previous experience. Defining the .js file path and choosing a dedicated or a shared IP address will be everything that you will have to do yourself and as soon as our system has specified a port number to access this file, you will be all set. Any of the Node.js instances that you have activated can be restarted or canceled separately and you’ll acquire access to an elaborate output log for each application that uses Node.js.