Two droplets, one domain

Posted February 20, 2020 952 views

I have two droplets, one with .net core application and second with WordPress.
How can I set up domain to be used for example:

  •* - .net core droplet
  •* - wordpress droplet Best regards.

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Hello @gaffkins,

This is achievable without a problem! You’ll need to create your Nginx configuration file for your website set the DocumentRoot to let’s say /var/www/ and there you’ll have your main .net core application. To have your WordPress in a /blog ULR, you’ll just need to create a folder in the following place - /var/www/ and that’s it.

Of course, you’ll need to install PHP, MySQL/MariaDB in order to run WordPress however the good thing is DigitalOcean have a pretty good article on how to do so -


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  • Hi @KDSys,
    as I understand your way is to use one droplet with ubuntu to host .net and wordpress.
    In my approach I want to use two separate droplets, one Wordpress droplet and second clear ubuntu.
    Regards and thank you,

    • Yes, you are correct. I believe it’s a lot more simpler than what you are aiming for and I’ll explain why in a bit.

      If you are keen on going with two droplets, you have 2 options the way I see it

      1. You should be able to actually configure some sorts of internal load balancing/HaProxy setup which will internally route traffic. What I don’t like about that is that anything breaks, or you are having a lot of traffic or anything similar as an issue, you’re gonna have a really hard time pinpointing and fixing the issue.

      2. Create a subdomain and point it to the second droplet. That way you’ll have a separate droplet for both applications and won’t have all that complex networking or any other kind of setup.

      At least that’s my opinion, there might be other people which think differently and might post here their solutions.