Running Your Node.js Application
with systemd

You've written the next great application, in Node—and you're ready to unleash it upon the world! Which means you can no longer run it on your laptop, you're going to actually have to put it up on some server somewhere and connect it to the real Internet.

There has probably never been a better or easier time to learn basic Linux system administration. This tutorial will take you through the steps to deploy and run your application on a Linux server using systemd, which is the replacement to init and upstart in older Linux systems.

Follow along step-by-step to learn how to use system tools to control your app, run multiple instances, and implement load balancing using nginx.

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