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You'll have your own VPS to run your Node Application, so everything remains private, secure and performant. All packages include server manangement as standard. This means we'll setup your server, deploy your application and get it running.
Once you're online, we'll give you instructions to update your application if needed, and we'll continually monitor your server to ensure it's online and running 24/7. We proactively detect issues and fix automatically, so you can sleep easy.
If you need database or persistent storage, we can deploy your server with almost any database engine, such as MySQL, MongoDB, Redis or PostgreSQL.
If you need something bespoke or specific, give us a shout and we can advise.
Our entire network is DDOS protected with multiple TB of protection. We monitor our network at the edge, so when a threat is detected, traffic is routed through scrubbers which clean and remove the threat, allowing legitimate traffic to continue as normal.
This happens all within a few seconds and is completely transparent to anyone - your visitors won't know any difference!
We use state-of-the-art hardware and continually refresh our systems, so you'll always be hosted on the fatest CPUs and most reliable SSDs.
We only use enterprise grade SSDs with the highest performance and longest lifetime to ensure your data is protected. We also backup your data daily and store it offsite for extra security and protection against user error.
Our infrastructure is redundant at every level, including the network which is multi-homed to the internet backbone and our power supplies.
Our cloud allows us to quickly migrate you to new hardware in the event of a failure.
You can grow your service as you need, from small servers right up to large, multiserver installations serving thousands of requests per second.
We pro-rata your upgrade cost, so you'll only pay the difference in package price for the time remaining to your next renewal.
Our engineers are experienced in the real-world high availability, high traffic systems. If you're looking for a large scale managed solution please get in touch, we'll be happy to discuss.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The main advantage of writing an application with Node.js is that it allows you to use both the same language for front end and back end development. Historically, with web apps, your front end would be written in a different language to your back end. This obviously has numerous advantages.
There are numerous database options out there when it comes to Node.js. Most developers prefer MongoDB as it's extremely JS friendly given it uses JSON for storage. But essentially you can use whatever database you feel comfortable with from MySQL to Redis.
Typically yes, you can run Node.js on any web hosting account providing it's installed and you have command line access to manage your deployments. However, optimised packages are always better and hostng on a purpose built, optimised Node.js platform can save you a lot of time in the long run.
Node.js is one of the most versatile runtimes out there and in short, if you can dream it up you can probably use Node.js to build it. Whatever web based app you can think of from games to chatrooms, Node.js has the functions and capabilities to handle it.
While they are not the same thing you can host your Angular app on our Node.js platform. Angular.js is a framework. Node.js is a runtime environment. You'd use a framework such as Angular to build the front end of your application (should you choose to) and couple that with a back end often written in something else entirely. Node.js essentially combines the two.
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