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Your M chip Mac book pro is actually more powerful than the medium or large AWS instances. Just because it runs like a champ on your machine doesnโ€™t mean itโ€™ll run like that on production.
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the corollary: AWS charges like $300/mo to rent hardware that compares to the toaster you are developing on. cloud hardware comes at a tremendous premium. this includes GCP, Azure, vercel, fly, and all managed DB solutions. if you are on a budget, consider baremetal from day 1.
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or if you're a real big nerd like me, stick one of these in your closet and host a hundred apps for like $1/day in electricity, also doubles as a space heater (colo would obviously be better, damn thing gets loud during CI builds)
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Donโ€™t you need business internet though
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that would be better yeah, and colo would be best, but im happily running on my home isp and using a cloudflare tunnel to expose publicly (no static ip required)
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