Node.js in Shared Hosting
All Linux shared packages
offered by us include Node.js and you can add this advanced event-driven platform to your account via the Add Services/Upgrades menu in your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You will be able to select the amount of instances for this specific upgrade, i.e. how many separate websites/platforms will use Node.js at once, and you can activate as many instances as you need. Hepsia will also allow you to pick the path to your .js app and to decide whether you will use a dedicated IP or the physical server’s shared one. Accessing Node.js will be possible via a randomly generated port number designated by our cloud platform. On top of that, you can stop or reboot any instance that you’ve activated, modify the location of the .js application or see the active instances’ output with only a few clicks of the mouse from your web hosting Control Panel using a rather simple-to-use graphical interface.
Node.js in VPS
Node.js is included as standard with each virtual private server
that is ordered with the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel and imposes no limitations in regard to the number of sites that can use it at any particular moment. This makes our Virtual Private Server packages an excellent option for hosting numerous real-time applications and for taking full advantage of each of them. The Hepsia Control Panel is intuitive enough even for individuals without any prior experience, so if you would like to set up Node.js for any application, it will not take more than a few clicks to make this. You’ll simply need to insert the location of the .js file in question and to choose whether Node.js will use the physical server’s shared IP address or a dedicated one. Our system will also allocate a given port 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. The Hepsia Control Panel will enable you to see the output of the apps and to restart or to deactivate any of your instances using fast-access buttons.