Issue: Want to ensure site set to handle any # of ‘Concurrent’ connections (static & dynamic data always accessible)
Q1: We’re looking to secure the Pro plan but need to see how best to handle ‘file replication’ from the ‘primary’ (master) server to two ‘secondary’ servers using CloudFlare. Can you advise if your CDN handles this by default - solely - based on the (primary) or origin server, alone? Thus, meaning - we don’t really need the, additional, secondary servers once we migrate to CloudFlare ‘Pro’ plan?
Q2: Will CloudFlare’s CDN services, alone, accomplish what we’re wanting to implement - thus, allowing us to remove the ‘current’ (HW) load balancer we have in front of the, multiple, servers, presently?
I’m thinking we only need that one ‘orgin’ - server, right? B/C Cloudflare (CDN) will act as the ‘secondaries’ for all edge connections / sessions (HTTPS request?)
Should we keep all web nodes & create a ‘CloudFlare’ pool - so we then point each ‘web’ node to the CloudFlare VIP so traffic is distributed to each web node - like we’re doing current but (after migration with CloudFlare load balancing)?
Please advise - thx