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Django on a production server

Is your Django project ready for production? Follow this guides to bring your Django project on a production server!

There are many good tutorials out there for learning Django and developing projects locally. But I think that simple tutorials for production deployment is somewhat lacking. In this guide I’ll try to fill this gap a little bit. 😉

In the last months I wrote some tutorials that will show you how to bring your Django project on production. Here is a summary of each tutorial.

1. Django – NGINX: deploy your Django project on a production server

This tutorial will give you the basics on deployment using the NGINX webserver and uWSGI application server.

Django – NGINX: deploy your Django project on a production server

Django - NGINX is a popular and well tested combination used to deploy web applications in production. In this post ...
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2. How to deploy a Django project in 15 minutes with Ansible

This tutorial will make a step further and will show you how to leverage the power of Ansible to automate all the steps needed for a production deployment.

How to deploy a Django project in 15 minutes with Ansible

In this tutorial I will explain how to deploy a Django project in 15 minutes with Ansible. I will assume ...
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3. Bitbucket Pipelines and Ansible: Continuous delivery for your Django project

If you are using Bitbucket you can automate the deployment when you push some code on your repository.

Bitbucket Pipelines and Ansible: Continuous delivery for your Django project

"Bitbucket Pipelines and Ansible: Continuous delivery for your Django project" was originally published as a guest post on Bitbucket Blog ...
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4. Django asynchronous tasks without Celery

Did you know that uWSGI provides a production ready task queue? In this tutorial I explain how to configure and use it for your Django asyncronous tasks.

Django asynchronous tasks without Celery

In this blog post I will guide you to implement Django asynchronous tasks without Celery. First of all I will ...
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