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Can you make an erlang cluster with digitalocean droplets?

Posted April 2, 2018 2.7k views
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Can you make an erlang cluster with digitalocean droplets?

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You can do whatever Linux supports.

Yes, you may want to take a look at a tool know as Terraform to codify/deploy/manage your infrastructure

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-terraform-with-digitalocean

by Mitchell Anicas
by Brian Hogan
Terraform is a tool for building and managing infrastructure in an organized way. It can be used to manage DigitalOcean droplets and DNS entries, in addition to a large variety of services offered by other providers. It is controlled via an easy to use command-line interface, and can run from your desktop or a remote server. Terraform works by reading configuration files that describe the components that make up your application environment or datacenter...
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