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Hello, 

Right now I only have a single server setup: https://docs.2600hz.com/sysadmin/doc/install/install_via_centos7/

I am using cloud services such as digitalocean. I was wondering how I might go about scaling up servers as slowly as I need and if needed scale down -so that I might be able to automate the scaling to save money. Any guidance that could be provided would be much appreciated. 

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Single-server installs are proofs of concept, for testing/instructive purposes, do not use in production, here be dragons!

There are two common "minimal" installations:

- 2 zones, 4 servers per zone - in each zone, 2 bigcouch servers, 1 kazoo/kamailio/rabbit, 1 FreeSWITCH

- 1 zone, 7 servers - 3 bigcouch servers, 2 kazoo/kamailio/rabbit, 2 FreeSWITCH

But the big one is to have 3+ servers for bigcouch from the start.

 

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On 9/4/2018 at 9:54 AM, mc_ said:

Single-server installs are proofs of concept, for testing/instructive purposes, do not use in production, here be dragons!

There are two common "minimal" installations:

- 2 zones, 4 servers per zone - in each zone, 2 bigcouch servers, 1 kazoo/kamailio/rabbit, 1 FreeSWITCH

- 1 zone, 7 servers - 3 bigcouch servers, 2 kazoo/kamailio/rabbit, 2 FreeSWITCH

But the big one is to have 3+ servers for bigcouch from the start.

 

Is there a tutorial for the (2 zones, 4 servers per zone - in each zone, 2  bigcouch servers, 1 kazoo/kamailio/rabbit, 1 FreeSWITCH) server?

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