Node.js in Shared Web Hosting
You can take advantage of Node.js with each and every shared web hosting
plan that we’re offering, since the event-driven platform is present on our cloud hosting servers and can be added to an active hosting account with a couple of clicks. When you log in to your Hepsia Control Panel, you’ll find Node.js in the Upgrades section where you can select the number of instances that you want to get. One instance means that one single application will use the platform and you will be able to add as many instances to your web hosting account as you want. A new section will show up in the Control Panel soon afterwards and to begin using Node.js, you will have to enter the path to the .js file that will use the platform and to select whether the connection should proceed through the shared IP of the server or via a dedicated one. The controls inside the Hepsia Control Panel will also enable you to restart or to delete an instance and to view any given application’s output.
Node.js in Dedicated Servers
If you decide to make use of one of our dedicated service
for your script-driven web apps and if you select the Hepsia hosting Control Panel during the order process, you will be able to make use of Node.js at no additional fee, as this platform is available in our custom-built tool. Since our dedicated servers are exceptionally powerful, you will enjoy stunning performance even if you run numerous Node.js instances simultaneously. The setup takes a couple of mouse clicks and the Hepsia Control Panel’s graphical user interface will make it rather easy for you to create a new instance even if you’ve got little or no previous experience. Inserting the path to the .js file and selecting a dedicated or a shared IP will be everything that you will need to do on your end and as soon as our system has chosen a port number to access this file, you’ll be all set. Any of the Node.js instances that you’ve activated can be restarted or discontinued independently and you’ll obtain access to an in-depth output log for each of the applications that use Node.js.