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  • How To Use Terraform with DigitalOcean

    Terraform is a tool for building and managing infrastructure in an organized way. In this tutorial, you'll install and use Terraform to create an infrastructure on DigitalOcean that consists of two Nginx servers that ...
    By Mitchell Anicas, Brian Hogan System Tools API Terraform Nginx Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DNS Configuration Management
  • Tutorial series

    How To Manage Infrastructure with Terraform

    Terraform is a popular open source Infrastructure as Code (IAC) tool that automates provisioning of your infrastructure in the cloud and manages the full lifecycle of all deployed resources, which are defined in sourc...
    By Savic, Mitchell Anicas and Brian Hogan Terraform Cloud Computing Configuration Management System Tools API Nginx Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DNS Apache Python DigitalOcean Infrastructure DigitalOcean Spaces Ansible DigitalOcean Managed PostgreSQL Database
  • Tech talk

    Building an Enterprise-Ready eCommerce Site in Under an Hour With DigitalOcean

    How to use DigitalOcean and Magento, a free open source eCommerce platform, to build and grow an enterprise-ready online store from the ground up.
    By Austin Black DigitalOcean Managed MySQL Database DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers Tech Talks
  • Tech talk

    Building a Minimal, Production-Ready Infrastructure on DigitalOcean

    How to build a minimal, production-ready architecture using Terraform and DigitalOcean Droplet, LBaaS, VPC, Firewall, and DNS.
    By Mason Egger Tech Talks DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers Firewall DNS Terraform
  • Tech talk

    Multi-Location Load Balancing for DigitalOcean

    The current and future state of ADCs and load balancers, and how to deliver and secure multi-location and cloud-native applications in DigitalOcean.
    By Dave Blakey Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers Tech Talks
  • Question

    Cannot change load balancer permanently

    I'm using DigitalOcean's Kubernetes and installed 1-click apps Nginx ingress controller. I changed the algorithm of the load balancer to Least Connections. It works but every time the auto scale adds or removes nodes,...
    Accepted Answer: Hello @trungld , I believe you are setting the LoadBalancer(LB) algorithm from the cloud panel. All LoadBalancers(LB) provisioned by Kubernetes are managed by the Cloud Controller Manager(CCM) running on the master. ...
    1 By trungld Kubernetes Load Balancing DigitalOcean DigitalOcean 1-Click Apps Marketplace DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    Kubernetes Internal Load Balancer: UDP Forwarding

    Hi, Does DO support UDP load balancers? I cannot find a means of configuring this in the GUI but would be looking to deploy on managed Kubernetes anyway. Also, I'm curious about whether there is an annotation availabl...
    Accepted Answer: Hey @peaksandprotocols, As of the time being, I believe that UDP Load Balancers are not available. The best thing to do to get your voice heard regarding this would be to head over to our Product Ideas board and post ...
    1 By peaksandprotocols DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    Updating the certificate for Loadbalancer only working for one Loadbalancer?

    Hi, I have a problem with updating the certificate of a load balancer. I'm using 2 loadbalancers (1 for staging, 1 for production). The following steps were taken: I added the new certificate using the webpage under ...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there, Did you also update your port 443 forwarding rule with the new SSL certificate as described here (https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/networking/load-balancers/how-to/ssl-termination/)? Regards, Bobby
    1 By mpsStarfish DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    Is it beneficiary to add a Load-Balancer to one Droplet?

    I have one droplet and I want to run it smoother as possible and that is why I consider adding a load-balancer. But I was wondering whether it is necessary because it can't distribute the traffic. And an extra quest...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there @wenuka, Indeed having a load balancer with 1 Droplet only would not really add much of a benefit to your setup. However, adding a second Droplet and a Load Balancer would be a robust solution: Loadbalancing ...
    1 By Stallion Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DigitalOcean Droplets
  • Question

    Kubernetes Load Balancer HTTPS Redirect Disabled During Cluster Upgrade

    I have a frontend web server I'm hosting using DigitalOcean Kubernetes, and created a load balancer to serve traffic through. I created the load balancer using kubectl expose and then set it to redirect https traffic ...
    Accepted Answer: Not sure if anyone else has experienced this same problem, but I was able to fix it! Option #1 seems closest to reality. From my understanding, Kubernetes-owned load balancers should be configured completely using Kub...
    1 By tvolk131 DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers Load Balancing
  • Question

    Loadbalancer traffic request mirroring

    I have a load balancer and couple of droplets inside of it . I have some containers in my network for security analyze. I want to request mirror incoming HTTP traffic like port 80-> to port 3131 for analyze . I know ...
    Accepted Answer: Currently it isn't possible to mirror traffic that comes into your load balancer setup. However, if you want to mirror HTTP traffic you can setup nginx to do so as you have already mentioned. After the load balancer f...
    1 By DarkimPact DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers Load Balancing DigitalOcean VPC
  • Question

    Securing Dockerized MERN app via HTTPS?

    I am building a MERN stack application in docker containers, deployed with docker-compose, as a personal project, which i will deploy. i am curious how i go about securing this. i know that i need to setup https betw...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there, Yes indeed, using a Managed Load Balancer and doing your SSL termination there sounds like a good setup. This would also allow you to scale up your application in the future if needed. Another thing you coul...
    1 By tylerbeaumont123 Docker React Node.js Security DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    How to setup multiple A records for the same domain

    I have a domain configured in DO. My k8s cluster runs in DO and I'm pretty happy with it. The landing page for my company runs in vercel.co so now I want to configure my domain to handle users accessing the webpage or...
    Accepted Answer: This sounds like it would be configurable in a domain managed by DO. Just using the subdomain routing and setting your wildcard to your DOKS LB and your domain to the IP you mentioned. Hope this helps!
    1 By dardanos Nginx Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    How can I create good diagrams for my infrastructure architecture based on DigitalOcean products?

    I build interesting applications using best practices in infra architecture and would love to be able to write/blog about them. However, I lack the tools to be able to create good architecture diagrams for all the di...
    Accepted Answer: A great resource for creating architecture diagrams for infrastructure configurations based on DigitalOcean can be found here: https://do.co/diagram-kit
    1 By rsharma DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DigitalOcean Managed PostgreSQL Database DigitalOcean Managed MySQL Database DigitalOcean Spaces DigitalOcean Volumes
  • Question

    DO Load Balancer limits

    Hi, My service may keep connections (TCP) alive for a few minutes. I have read that there is a limit of 60 seconds and 10k connections. My questions are: Will the TCP connections to my service be closed after 60 secon...
    Accepted Answer: Keepalive doesn't mean that the connection will get closed after 60 seconds, it means that the connection will get closed after 60 seconds of inactivity. The 10001th connection will not be accepted - the user will get...
    2 By brunokakele Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    Load Balancer ports switching?

    I have a DO Load Balancer connecting to a kubernetes service with 3 ports: 80, 443, and port 70 (aka gopher). Here's the definition: ``` metadata: name: gopher-thingy annotations: service.beta.kubernetes.io/do...
    Accepted Answer: This may be because of the default protocol you're selecting. Can you try using the following annotations instead: service.beta.kubernetes.io/do-loadbalancer-protocol: "tcp" service.beta.kubernetes.io/do-loadbalancer-...
    1 By muffinista DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    Client IP on App Platform

    Hi, Firstly thanks for all the great community resources here 👍 I've been testing out the App Platform with a Docker container that hosts an Apache server. I was wondering what would be the correct way to configure i...
    1 By kwridan DigitalOcean App Platform Apache DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    How to setup TCP traffic in Digital ocean kuberntes

    I have a kubernetes cluster and one of the pods needs to accept TCP connections. Now i follow this https://minikube.sigs.k8s.io/docs/tutorials/nginxtcpudp_ingress/ but still connection to he port via the IP address o...
    0 By olalekanadebari DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes Kubernetes Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    How does the digital ocean floating IP work? Could it essentially replace the need for a 'failover' Load Balancer?

    I was made aware of Digital Ocean's floating IP's when I contacted support with regards to setting up a High Availability Load Balancer. I was also referred to this link: Link (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/t...
    1 By azrinsani Load Balancing DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers High Availability
  • Question

    App Platform – disable load balancer rerouting on port 80

    Hi, If I deploy an app on DO's platform with HTTP Port set to e.g. 1337, with the URL example-ondigitalocean.app, I cannot access example-ondigitalocean.app:1337. My understanding per https://docs.digitalocean.com/p...
    1 By randomuser DigitalOcean App Platform Networking DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers