Node.js in Cloud Hosting
When you host a web application on our avant-garde cloud hosting platform and you wish to try Node.js, you’ll be able to add it to your web hosting account irrespective of the cloud hosting package that you are using. This can be done via the Upgrades section in the Hepsia Control Panel and you’ll be able to take advantage of Node.js in no more than a couple of minutes after you add this feature to your account. You will be able to select how many instances you’d like to add to your account – one instance means that one application will be using Node.js. In the new section that will show up in the Control Panel, you can define the path to the .js file in your hosting account and select if the file in question will be accessible through the physical server’s shared IP or via a dedicated one. Our system will also allocate a port number for the connection. You will be able to terminate or to reboot each instance separately, in case it is needed.
Node.js in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you order a semi-dedicated server package from us, you’ll be able to make use of the full capacity of Node.js with any Internet application that you host on our cloud platform, due to the fact that it is included with each package offered by our company. You can add the number of instances, or applications that can use Node.js, through the Hepsia hosting Control Panel with which you can control your account. The only things that you’re expected to do after that will be to specify the path within the account to the .js file that will use Node.js and to choose the IP that will be used to access that file. You can pick a dedicated IP address in case you have one, or any of the physical server’s shared IP addresses. Our platform will also designate a randomly generated port number. When you have the Node.js controls inside Hepsia, you’re able to see a given application’s output or to start/reboot/cancel any of the instances that you have added.
Node.js in VPS Servers
All VPS service that are ordered with our custom Hepsia hosting Control Panel come with Node.js by default and you can take full advantage of this event-driven platform for any application that you run on the VPS. Since we haven’t imposed a limitation on the amount of instances that you can activate, you can use the power of our VPS servers and mix it with the full potential of the Node.js platform. The setup is done through the Hepsia Control Panel’s user-friendly, point & click interface, so even if you are not technically experienced, you won’t need to cope with any problems while using the platform. You’ll just need to add the directory path in the VPS account to the .js file that will use Node.js and to select whether it will use a shared or a dedicated IP. What’s more, our system will also allocate a port number to access this file and you will be able to see it in the respective Control Panel section. With only a click, you’ll be able to see the output of your applications and to remove or to restart any instance hosted on the VPS.
Node.js in Dedicated Servers
If you decide to buy one of our Linux dedicated service for your script-driven applications and if you pick the Hepsia hosting Control Panel during the order process, you will be able to use Node.js at no extra cost, since the platform is built into our custom-built Control Panel tool. Since our servers are astonishingly powerful, you will get excellent performance even if you make use of lots of Node.js instances at the same time. The setup takes a couple of mouse clicks and the Hepsia Control Panel’s graphical user interface will make it exceptionally easy for you to set up a new Node.js instance even if you’ve got little or no prior experience. Defining the path to the .js file and choosing a shared or a dedicated IP will be everything that you’ll have to do on your end and as soon as our system has designated a port to access that file, you will be all set. Any of the Node.js instances that you’ve created can be restarted or stopped independently and you’ll get access to an in-depth output log for each app that uses Node.js.