currently I'm using the free plan but in the foreseable future I will switch to the subscription model because I'm in an urgent need for more applications. ^^
Right now my Cloudron instance runs very well on a single Hetzner cloud server. Two different TLDs point to that instance, each with a subdomain serving a different application -
my.example.onepoints to the dashboard. Let's call them:
IP: 10.10.10.10 01.example.one 02.example.two
I plan to install at least four more apps. Thus I'd need to scale my cloud server accordingly. However I'd like to distribute applications onto multiple servers in order to separate concerns. Is this possible and if so how would I do that?
Let's imagine the second cloud server:
IP: 126.96.36.199 03.example.three 04.example.four
Should I simply install another instance of Cloudron on that server and point to e.g.
I found another thread which seems to describe a similar scenario - is it related? See: Problems with Cloudron on multiple servers
@ctrl Cloudron does not support a single Cloudron install running on multiple "worker" servers at the moment. The devs are working on it, but I don't think they have announced an expected release date for the feature yet.
However, you can of course have multiple Cloudron installs on multiple servers, each with its own apps, if you need to do so. I don't think they have a special subscription plan for this however, so you may need multiple subscriptions.