Suppose I have customers using my web app, and there’s no overlap in customer data, so no shared database is required. This means I could spin up a Droplet for each customer.
Seems like there could be a number of advantages:
I’d think the tradeoff of this approach versus a single high capacity server might be administration overhead ( and possible additional cost ) of multiple Droplets.
Has anyone looked at this tradeoff and decided why one approach might be better?
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