Node.js is open source, and is maintained by the Node.js Foundation. Companies such as Yahoo, IBM, GoDaddy, Groupon, Netflix, Paypal, SAP, Rakuten, and even Walmart were early adopters of Node and are not only supporters of the Foundation, but use Node within their Enterprise Stack.
Tom Croucher, who is part of the Uber Site Reliability team, in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElI5QtUISWM talks about how Uber had built their entire API on Node 0.8, and now on Node 0.10.
Node also comes with a package management tool NPM, which gives you access to thousands of publicly available reusable components. NPM can significantly boost developer productivity. Additionally, NPM takes care of version and dependency management.
Node.js simply has too many advantages when it comes to infrastructure scaling, response times, development speed, and reliability compared to other alternatives.
Of course, Node is not a silver bullet. It is not a good solution for CPU intensive and heavy computations. The ideal use case for Node is building application interfaces for handling a humongous amount of concurrent connections with a high throughput
Using Node, our team can help you with your enterprise digital transformation. Whether you want to build a high availability, real time consumer facing Web or Mobile applications, or you want to build an API layer to tie together disparate internal and external applications, iTexico’s Node experts can assist in the design and development of these systems.