I am making a website with dynamic content including users registering and updating content.
The challenge is that the users both exist in USA and Europe. The way I understand it, is that if I got a webserver in Europe, USA users will probably get at slower experience than the users in Europe.
I expect the intial visitors pr. day would be at least 4000. Very fast it could go up to +100.000
- Is it really a problem? Do you have any experience in this situation?
- Is cloud hosting the way to go? Does that solve the potential scaling problem?
- Are there any hosting providers that have servers in USA and Europe? If yes can they replicate the website in both places seamingless so I don't have to deal with the technical aspect of it?
- If I have to do it myself, do you have any guides/advice how to do it using Debian Lenny?