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The most basic Droplet – a burstable portion of vCPU – along with a configurable amount of memory.
Simple or bursty applications such as low traffic web servers, blogs, discussion forums, CMS, small databases, dev/test servers, microservices, and repository hosting.
The most popular modern Droplet, with 100% dedicated vCPU, along with a balanced 4GB of memory for each vCPU.
Critical applications such as high-traffic web servers, e-commerce sites, medium-sized databases, and enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS).
The maximum memory Droplet, with 100% dedicated vCPU, along with a generous 8GB of memory for each vCPU.
RAM-intensive applications like high-performance databases, in-memory caches, and real-time big data processing.
The CPU-centric Droplet, with 100% dedicated vCPU, along with a more modest 2GB of memory for each vCPU.
CPU-intensive applications like CI/CD, video encoding, machine learning, ad serving, batch processing, and active front-end web servers.
Droplets with large amounts of NVMe SSD storage and memory, along with 100% dedicated vCPU.
Extra large NoSQL databases (e.g. MongoDB, Elasticsearch, TimeScaleDB), monitoring software e.g. Prometheus, and other data warehouses.