I have a web app with a huge MySql database around 16gb & increasing in 10 tables and 200m rows

Currently i am on Hostgator pro dedicated server with 32gb RAM.

I am planning on moving to DigitalOcean with 32gb droplet.

My web app continuously crawl data from different apis and insert/update the data in database. It has quite high cpu usage and disk IO.

is it a good idea to move my site to DigitalOcean?

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As I user of DO, I have been here I think since 2012ish, but I love the support here is awesome and the website interface is straight forward and easy!

You can easily scale your server to fit your needs whenever.

If you have any questions go ahead and ask me :) I will try my best to answer them

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