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Should i have multiple droplets for a large flask application. One for mysql, another for the app, another for rabbitmq etc

Currently i have an api.domain.com setup in a simple 5 dollar droplet. later on i would like to celery to it with redis or rabbitmq. should i have celery running on a different droplet?

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