Project to provide 24h/day livestreaming in Full HD if possible, to 10 to 200 users in paralel. So if a user viewing FullHD uses ~5Mbps, I would need 1Gbps upload to serve 200 users in paralel. Used this speed test for a digital ocean droplet and got only 31Mbps upload: http://speedtest-fra1.digitalocean.com/ And read on forums that the speed is shared between the droplets in the same node.
So there is no way to guarantee a minimum upload speed for a droplet?
Thinking of deploying multiple droplets, but need to have a min guaranteed upload speed to controll the costs.
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