Using Jenkins pipelines, you can easily automate your deployments in openshift. In this post, we are going to use this powerful tool to deploy a Django project.
If you want to use Openshift for deploying Django, you can follow this post and simply do that. You don't need to learn Kubernetes. We will use docker file only. No other fancy stuff. Also, before starting, I am also hoping you are little bit familiar with Openshift 3 and
VS Code is an editor developed by Microsoft. I have been using this editor for Python development for a few months now. Previously I have been using Pycharm Community Edition for development, but I had to switch to an editor which was less resource consuming than Pycharm, hence I found
Who hasn't heard PIL? It's an image processing library made by python (Python Image Library). Pillow is an extension of it. So installing pillow is really easy: pip install pillow Now we are going to do some image processing cool stuff: First Load Image: from PIL import Image, ImageOps img
Django Encrypt File is a simple Library which can be used to encrypt uploaded files and store them. Installation Use pip to install it: pip install djangoencryptfile Or pip install https://github.com/ruddra/django-encrypt-file/tarball/0.7 Basic Usage from djangoencryptfile import EncryptionService from django.core.files import File
In previous two posts, we have deployed Django with Postgres, Nginx, now its time to do some async stuff using Celery. In this post, I will do the magic tricks first, explain them later. Add Celery to Django To add celery, we need make a container for celery. We can