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Calls with Kent C. Dodds.

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The goal of the Call Kent Podcast is to get my answers to your questions. You record your brief question (120 seconds or less) right from your browser. Then I listen to it later and give my response, and through the magic of technology (ffmpeg), our question and answer are stitched together and published to the podcast feed.

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Calls with Kent C. Dodds Season 4 — 37 episodes

16.Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
05:09
Keywords

Scaling, Epic-Stack, SQLite

Description

Hi Kent, my name is Tim,

I have a few questions regarding scaling the Epic Stack within a single region.

With the assumption that we are having huge amount of users in one region, my question is would you recommend switching to other database technologies or would you have multiple SQLite replicas in the same region, with each of them being connected to remix apps in a 1-1 manner

My second question is, assuming that we have the epic stack setup, what would you do if one remix server can't just keep up anymore with the load. Would you introduce caching or any types of application or additional threads to distribute and keep up with the work load

Thank you

Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
16.Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
05:09
Keywords

Scaling, Epic-Stack, SQLite

Description

Hi Kent, my name is Tim,

I have a few questions regarding scaling the Epic Stack within a single region.

With the assumption that we are having huge amount of users in one region, my question is would you recommend switching to other database technologies or would you have multiple SQLite replicas in the same region, with each of them being connected to remix apps in a 1-1 manner

My second question is, assuming that we have the epic stack setup, what would you do if one remix server can't just keep up anymore with the load. Would you introduce caching or any types of application or additional threads to distribute and keep up with the work load

Thank you

Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
16.Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
05:09
Keywords

Scaling, Epic-Stack, SQLite

Description

Hi Kent, my name is Tim,

I have a few questions regarding scaling the Epic Stack within a single region.

With the assumption that we are having huge amount of users in one region, my question is would you recommend switching to other database technologies or would you have multiple SQLite replicas in the same region, with each of them being connected to remix apps in a 1-1 manner

My second question is, assuming that we have the epic stack setup, what would you do if one remix server can't just keep up anymore with the load. Would you introduce caching or any types of application or additional threads to distribute and keep up with the work load

Thank you

Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
16.Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region
05:09
Keywords

Scaling, Epic-Stack, SQLite

Description

Hi Kent, my name is Tim,

I have a few questions regarding scaling the Epic Stack within a single region.

With the assumption that we are having huge amount of users in one region, my question is would you recommend switching to other database technologies or would you have multiple SQLite replicas in the same region, with each of them being connected to remix apps in a 1-1 manner

My second question is, assuming that we have the epic stack setup, what would you do if one remix server can't just keep up anymore with the load. Would you introduce caching or any types of application or additional threads to distribute and keep up with the work load

Thank you

Scaling Epic-Stack in a single region

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