Hello, we have a small application running on a droplet and this application receives an average of 160 requests / minutes and performs some CRUD operations on the database. In each request, a connection is opened with the database and closed just before the response.
Despite the small number of requests, every minute the data is updated in the database, so we thought about activating the digital ocean managed database, so we don’t have to worry about backups.
Would the $ 15 usd plan of the managed mysql database be enough for a small application like this? Or is this plan indicated only for development or testing?
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