recommended deployment for scalability using MEAN

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Hi community, I’m looking to build a web application using the MEAN stack, and had some general questions around deployment and scalability. The front-end will be used primarily for data retrieval and some manipulations, but a lot of the data is pulled in externally from third party connections. I would be writing services within Express to periodically retrieve the data, save to the database, which is then presented on the front-end (Angular). In terms of scalability, I want to explore tools like Docker to, and also want to know about load balancing the application I build. Some general questions I have: Is it typically best practice to deploy the stack to different servers? For instance, Angular would reside on one server, express/node on another, and mongo on compass for example? How would you deploy a front-end so that it serves different regions with low downtime and latency? For instance, if I want to serve users in California, Texas, and New York, would I deploy the front-end code to 3 different servers and have express listen to these environments for incoming requests? Do the api layer (express) and database (mongo) typically get scaled as well? If you know about docker, typically what would happen with implementing security out of the box? Thanks! submitted by /u/guru223 [link] [comments]

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