I’ve set up a Droplet with Node and Vue running on it. In front there is a reverse proxy (nginx). It works fine so far. Now, I want to set up my database with MongoDB and my Redis that stores invalid tokens and remembers consecutive failed login attempts.
I wonder whether it’s smart to put MongoDB and Redis on the same Droplet and put a reverse proxy in front of them as well? The expected traffic is not tremendous.
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