Internal Network Traffic? VPC?

Posted June 2, 2014 5.2k views
I'm curious about visibility of a uer's internal traffic, is it vlan'd to your own cluster (like a VPC)? Or do neighbors exist therefore requiring SSL for any traffic that should remain private?
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Currently individual accounts are not on separate VLANs. You can vote for the feature and follow its progress over on DigitalOcean's UserVoice page:

So depending on the type of traffic, you may want to set up SSL encryption on the private network.

Hi there,

I just came across this question and decided to post a small update here in case that anyone else comes across this in 2020.

I would recommend considering the new DigitalOcean VPC networks.

VPC networks are completely isolated from both other customers and other VPCs on your own account. See here for more details:

It’s also worth pointing out that DigitalOcean private networks provided account level isolation since July 18, 2018. The big changes with the release of VPCs are:

  • You can create multiple VPCs that are isolated from each other
  • You can define the IP range for your VPCs yourself