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  • Published Tool

    healthcare

    Distributed auto-healing droplets using simple server group configurations.
    By goldfire Automated Setups Clustering API High Availability Scaling
  • Published Answer

    How to setup auto-healing droplets?

    We ended up writing our own solution to somewhat mimic the behavior in EC2. We called it healthcare.js and open-sourced it at https…
    Accepted Answer: We ended up writing our own solution to somewhat mimic the behavior in EC2. We called it healthcare.js and open-sourced it at https…
    By goldfire
  • Published Question

    Why such difference response times between Load Balancer and HAProxy?

    Why is there seemingly such a big difference in response times between DigitalOcean's Load Balancer (which as I gather uses HAProxy) and a $5 droplet with HAProxy installed? I ran several load tests on each pointing t...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there, I'm the product manager for Load Balancers. Some of the parameters are not entirely clear or unknown (ie, the configuration of your HAProxy setup) , but there are some factors that could cause a discrepancy....
    1 By goldfire Load Balancing DigitalOcean High Availability Ubuntu 16.04
  • Published Question

    How to setup auto-healing droplets?

    We are in the process of moving from AWS where we have a highly available system setup using EC2's auto scaling feature. However, we aren't using this to change the size of the pool based on resource usage, we are str...
    Accepted Answer: We ended up writing our own solution to somewhat mimic the behavior in EC2. We called it healthcare.js and open-sourced it at https://github.com/goldfire/healthcare.js. Essentially, it uses the DigitalOcean API and ta...
    3 By goldfire API Configuration Management Deployment High Availability Load Balancing Scaling System Tools Ubuntu 16.04