Node.js in Website Hosting
All Linux website hosting offered by us come with Node.js and you’ll be able to add this innovative platform to your shared hosting account using the Add Services/Upgrades menu in your Hepsia Control Panel. You can pick the number of instances for this upgrade, i.e. how many different platforms/websites will use Node.js at once, and you can run as many instances as you require. The Hepsia Control Panel will also permit you to specify the location of your .js application and to decide if you will use a dedicated IP or the server’s shared one. Accessing Node.js will be possible via a randomly generated port chosen by our cloud hosting platform. On top of that, you can stop or reboot any instance that you have activated, modify the path to the .js app or see the running instances’ output with just a few mouse clicks from your web hosting Control Panel via a pretty simple-to-use GUI.
Node.js in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With a semi-dedicated server from our company, you can make use of all the benefits that the Node.js event-driven platform offers, as it is is included with all our semi-dedicated hosting packages and you are able to add it to your semi-dedicated account with several clicks from the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel – the management tool that comes bundled with each and every semi-dedicated server. In case you want to use Node.js for multiple web-based applications, you can pick the number of instances that the platform will use when you’re adding this service to your semi-dedicated plan. After that, you’ll have to add the location of the .js file in your account for each instance. This can be done in the new section that will show up in the Hepsia Control Panel after you add the upgrade and in the meantime, you can also choose if the path to the particular app should go through a dedicated IP address – if you have one, or through the server’s shared IP. Each and every instance that you order can be rebooted or stopped separately and you can check the output of your applications with only a few clicks of the mouse.
Node.js in VPS Web Hosting
You can make use of Node.js with any of the VPS web hosting that we are offering if you choose Hepsia as your hosting Control Panel. The Node.js platform will have its own section where you can configure it with a few mouse clicks even if you’ve got no experience with such a software platform, as Hepsia is rather intuitive and simple to work with. All it takes to activate a new Node.js instance is to indicate the path to the .js file that will use the platform and to choose the IP that will be used to access it – a dedicated one or your VPS’s shared IP address. A random access port number will be assigned automatically as well. There won’t be any limit on how many sites can use Node.js at the same time, so you can use our virtual servers for multiple websites and enjoy an amazing overall performance. Quick-access buttons in the Hepsia Control Panel’s Node.js section will allow you to start, to stop or to restart any Node.js instance separately and to check their output.
Node.js in Dedicated Servers Hosting
If you decide to make use of any of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages for your script-driven software apps and if you select the Hepsia hosting Control Panel on the order page, you will be able to make use of Node.js at no additional cost, as the event-driven platform is included in our custom-developed tool. As our servers are unbelievably powerful, you will get excellent results even if you host plenty of Node.js instances at once. The configuration takes a couple of clicks and Hepsia’s GUI will make it extremely easy for you to create a new Node.js instance even if you have little or no previous experience. Defining the .js file path and choosing a dedicated or a shared IP will be everything that you will need to do yourself and once our system has allocated a port number to access this file, you’ll be all set. Any of the instances that you’ve created can be rebooted or deleted independently and you’ll have access to a comprehensive output log for each application that uses the Node.js platform.