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Hosting multiple platforms on single droplet.
I would like to use Digital Ocean to host my online portfolio and I am wondering if it is possible to serve multiple web applications / pages from different server side platforms (node, php, java) through a single droplet.
I was thinking about using sub-domains like node.mydomain.com, java.mydomain.com, or php.mydomain.com pointing to different application containers on the Linux droplet, but im not sure if this is the most efficient way or even possible. Also open to using different routes like mydomain.com/node, mydomain.com/php, and mydomain.com/java.
Am I needing to work with Apache? Port numbers? Routes? VPN?
Looking forward to receiving advice from the community or a Digital Ocean representative.
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