Join 1M+ other developers and:
- Get help and share knowledge in Q&A
- Subscribe to topics of interest
- Get courses & tools that help you grow as a developer or small business owner
Spaces are turning out to disappoint me
At first, Spaces made me too happy. I believe that it did the same for several others who aren’t happy with the high bandwidth pricing at Amazon S3. But by the passage of time, Spaces isn’t going to do what I was expecting. Initially, we don’t have the CNAME support yet which makes it impossible for us to leave Amazon S3 (where custom domains are used). Secondly, when I talked to Digital Ocean support, they say that one should not exceed the 200 requests per second limit. I know 200 requests per second is a decent limit but I am really not happy with a limit like this as my application would send much more requests than this limit in peak hours. Now I feel that although Spaces offer much lower price than S3, it isn’t an alternative of S3 at all. In terms of scalability, I see a lot of restrictions. What do you say? Any explanation from the community or the support staff will be highly appreciated. Several confusions are stopping me from migrating my data to Spaces.
These answers are provided by our Community. If you find them useful, show some love by clicking the heart. If you run into issues leave a comment, or add your own answer to help others.×