Currently, I’m using the latest CentOS, but is not really a CentOS question.
Droplet A: NGINX acting as a reverse proxy serves https requests
Droplet B: Apache Tomcat (my java web server) running on port 80.
Historically when I was not on Digital Ocean, I had physical security and I connected over port 80 between my backend servers
At Digital Ocean, there is not a true ‘private’ network. Only private within Digital Ocean’s thousands of clients.
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What is the best way to secure and not compromise performance?
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