Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

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Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

01 Jul 2012, 05:25


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Re: Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

02 Jul 2012, 07:40

We could add this test in some future, too busy now working with WebSite Panel. I think the performance should be nearly identical. I don't see any significant flaws in iisnode design comparing to Helicon Zoo. Same protocol - HTTP, same transport - named pipe, both can run multiple processes to utilize multiprocessor systems. Helicon Zoo has some advantages with simplified usage, buffered POST and slow client protection (but NodeJS is not usually sensitive to these treats). I think Helicon Zoo better fits needs to host applications in a shared hosting environment and is more universal solution that can run multiple technologies. Concerning performance I'm almost sure there will be very little difference between iisnode and Helicon Zoo, if any.

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Re: Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

02 Jul 2012, 19:25

Ok. Thanks.

You've mentioned WebsitePanel. Can you start a new topic with information what are you planning regarding this control panel?

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Re: Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

03 Jul 2012, 03:10

Helicon Zoo and Web Platform Installer integration. Basically there will be web interface to install applications on server remotely. And existing Web Application Gallery will also be improved.

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Re: Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

03 Jul 2012, 06:17

It would be great if integration with WebsitePanel would allow to enable/disable various Helicon Zoo handlers in hosting plan quotas.

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Re: Node.js - iisnode vs Helicon Zoo

07 Jul 2017, 08:49

Helicon Zoo has some advantages with simplified usage, buffered POST and slow client protection (but NodeJS is not usually sensitive to these treats).Click now
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