As I was looking for where to host a Discord Bot, I got here but I am not sure how to proceed, I was testing with Creating an App with the Docker Hub option as the discord bot is in Python, but I am not sure how to proceed as I got confused with the configuration, with the basic plan is enough? As the bot should be active 24/7 but I am sure is going to be not of heavy use. Sorry if I asked in the wrong section
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It’s always best to start with the smallest plan when you are not sure. The platform allows easily to scale your Droplets so as soon as you hit your Droplet’s limits.
Apart from the tutorial on how to build a discord bot, I’ll recommend adding SWAP to your Droplet. Swap is a portion of hard drive storage that has been set aside for the operating system to temporarily store data that it can no longer hold in RAM. This lets you increase the amount of information that your server can keep in its working memory, with some caveats. The swap space on the hard drive will be used mainly when there is no longer sufficient space in RAM to hold in-use application data.
You can start with the basic plan and always upgrade the droplet specs if you’re running out of resources due to traffic or if you find the general performance insufficient for your needs.
What I could also suggest is going through this tutorial here on How To Build a Discord Bot with Node.js: