FlashDrive is designed to easily run docker images and build, which includes building and scalability management systems. Flashdrive consists of several hundred docker nodes from all around the world.
You can run almost any app on Flashdrive, except apps that require you to use a reserved port. All common or web apps ports can be used (like 80, 443, 3000, and so on.), and FlashDrive will automatically route the query to the proper app.
All apps that use a transport layer based on an IP address instead of a domain name and all apps that require you to use a reserved port can’t be in use with FlashDrive. This category includes FTP services, SSH., and more. You can launch this kind of app with FlashDrive, but you’ll not have the capacity to connect to the app because FlashDrive will not route the queries. If you need to run this kind of apps, you can use VPS or dedicated servers.
In conclusion, the only apps that you can’t run on FlashDrive are apps requiring a reserved port or use a transport layer.
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