Node.js in Shared Website Hosting
If you host an Internet application on our innovative cloud platform and you would like to try out Node.js, you’ll be able to add it to your account irrespective of the shared website hosting
package that you use. This can be done from the Upgrades section in the Hepsia hosting Control Panel and you will be able to use Node.js in no more than a couple of minutes after you add this upgrade to your account. You’ll be able to select the number of instances that you would like to add to the account – one instance means one app using Node.js. In the new section that will appear in the Control Panel, you can enter the path to the .js file in your web hosting account and choose if the file in question will be accessible via the shared IP address of the server or via a dedicated one. Our system will also specify a port for the connection. You’ll be able to stop or to reboot each instance separately, in case it’s necessary.
Node.js in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages
offer Node.js, so if you wish to host any real-time application on our leading-edge cloud hosting platform, you can take advantage of the power that the system can offer you with just several clicks of the mouse in your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. The feature is upgradeable, so if you wish to use Node.js for multiple Internet sites, you will be able to choose the number of available instances, one instance being one application. Using the Hepsia Control Panel’s easy-to-use graphical interface, you’ll have to indicate the path to the .js file for each instance and to select whether Node.js will use a dedicated IP address or the server’s shared IP. Our platform will designate a randomly generated port to access your application and you will see it in the corresponding Control Panel section. Hepsia will also allow you to check the output of any of your applications or to remove/restart each instance independently.
Node.js in VPS
Node.js is included by default with each virtual private server
that comes with the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel and involves no limitations as to the number of Internet sites that can use it at any particular time. This makes our Virtual Private Server plans a perfect solution for running different real-time web-based applications and for making the most of each of them. The Hepsia Control Panel is intuitive enough even for individuals without any prior experience, so if you would like to activate Node.js for any app, it will not take more than several mouse clicks to make this. You’ll simply need to insert the path to the given .js file and to choose if Node.js will use the server’s shared IP or a dedicated IP. Our platform will also select a certain port number that will be used to access the .js file. Right after that, you’ll be all set and ready to take advantage of the full potential of your real-time apps. Hepsia will permit you to view the output of the applications and to restart or to discontinue any of your instances using quick-access buttons.
Node.js in Dedicated Hosting
When you decide to use one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
for your script-driven apps and if you pick the Hepsia Control Panel during the order procedure, you will be able to make use of Node.js at no extra cost, as the platform is available in our in-house built tool. As our dedicated servers are exceptionally powerful, you will get superb performance even if you run a lot of Node.js instances at the same time. The setup takes a couple of clicks of the mouse and the Hepsia Control Panel’s graphical user interface will make it extremely easy for you to activate a new Node.js instance even if you’ve got little or no experience. Indicating the .js file path and selecting a shared or a dedicated IP address will be everything that you will have to do yourself and once our system has designated a port number to access the .js file, you will be all set. Any of the instances that you’ve activated can be restarted or removed separately and you’ll acquire access to an elaborate output log for each of the applications that use Node.js.