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How to scale?

Suppose I run a web server, and anticipate many users visiting the site at once, at some point. How can I scale my Antsle server? Any experience with this?

 

I know, at that point I could use a service like AWS or GCP, but I'm curious to know how I might (attempt) to do this myself using Antsle. 🙂

Any ideas?

With kubernetes running in antlets you can create failover clusters, load balancing etc.

Quote from twistytree on August 2, 2019, 5:26 pm

With kubernetes running in antlets you can create failover clusters, load balancing etc.

Ah, interesting. Is there a tutorial for that for Antsle?

Wouldn't it be better to automate the antlets, instead of Kubernetes containers?  Or are Antlets not good for that?

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