We have users scattered across all Asia. To improve performance, we are considering “duplicating” our front-ends to different regions:
- One server in Tokyo to serve users from South Korea, Japan
- One server in Mumbai to serve users from middle east and india
We will use AWS Route 53 Latency based routing to find the server with the lowest latency for a given user.
Route 53 will dynamically “redirect” to the users to the server with the lowest latency.
To achieve this we would need to separate discourse into several instances: 4/5 front-ends + 1 back-end (database)
Is this something we can achieve with your multi-site approach?