Taking care of the health of your Node.js server in server-side rendering mode can be tricky; you have to monitor the different parameters, you have to take care of logs, and do all the other operational things. Nowadays, lots of providers offer free and paid servers, where you can deploy apps without the necessity of diving into server-side specifics; you write apps, and they do the rest.
A popular service called Heroku (http://heroku.com) offers various servers for different languages, including JS and Node.js in particular; they have optimized containers that can run your apps.
After you have signed up to Heroku, create a new project, name it, and once created, click Connect to Github. Type in the name of the repository and click Connect:
If you want everything to be fully automatic, click Wait for CI to pass before deploy (we assume you have already added...