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Are dynos separate applications or computing horsepower?


Are dynos separate applications or computing horsepower?

By : Kimtruc Nguyen
Date : October 16 2020, 03:08 PM
wish help you to fix your issue Each dyno can be seen as a separate server, each of them runs the same version of the application.
So if you have 12 dynos, you have 12 servers, with heroku's router sending each request to one or another.
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What are Cloud Computing Applications?

What are Cloud Computing Applications?


By : JH C
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Cloud use service model : IaaS (Infrastructure as a service) , PaaS(Platform as a service) , SaaS (Software as a service ).
Simple example that use cloud is : Microsoft Azure , Amazon's Ec2 , google drive
Number of dynos vs the type (performance) of dynos (2X option)

Number of dynos vs the type (performance) of dynos (2X option)


By : Casper
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Well, for one, 2X dynos have more memory. If your app is built such that you need more memory than 1X dynos can supply, it seems like 2X are the answer. As for my personal preference, I like the resolution that 1X dynos offer (I can have 3 of them, for example, but can't have 1.5 2X dynos), so unless I need to I stick with 1X dynos.
What is the difference between four 1X dynos and two 2X dynos in heroku?

What is the difference between four 1X dynos and two 2X dynos in heroku?


By : abbass eldoor
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue More dynos give you more concurrency. Based on a single threaded web server such as thin, if you have 4 x 1x dynos, you can serve four requests at the same time.
With 2 x 2x dynos you can only serve two requests.
Use N web dynos and M worker dynos on Heroku review app

Use N web dynos and M worker dynos on Heroku review app


By : David Costa
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Update: this is now officially supported
Try adding something like this to your app.json
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"formation": {
      "web": { 
          "quantity": 1
      },
      "worker": { 
          "quantity": 1
      }
},
Do Node-RED applications using Bluemix IoT Foundation require separate topics for devices and applications?

Do Node-RED applications using Bluemix IoT Foundation require separate topics for devices and applications?


By : Anand Saran
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you You should use two different topics.
Applications (such as Node-RED) that connect to the IoT Foundation service publish commands to devices and subscribe to device events.
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