Kubernetes manages containerized applications across multiple hosts. With years of experience in managing highly scalable products, google has released kubernetes an open source project which manages containerized applications across multiple hosts. Kubernetes is actively developed with more than 700 active developers. Kubernetes can be setup over any cloud platform any os. Its is based on etcd which is a key value store that provides shared configuration and service discovery for clusters.
It is a bit pricy if you want to host code for collaboration using bitbucket or github on your own VPS or On-Premisis servers. Gitlab in midst of this provides a community edition which is packed with essential features and also free of cost. Both Editions ship with CI integrated in it and also can handle 3rd party CI applications like Jenkins or Bamboo ..etc.,
Django by default to store the files in your local file system. To make your files load quickly and secure we need to go for any third party storage systems. AWS s3 is one of the storage service for the Internet. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. django has a package called django-storages which can be used to store the files in the amazon s3 and serve them from its cloudfront service.
Django provides built in authentication which is good for most of the cases, but you may have needs that are being served with the existing system. For Ex: You want 'email' for authentication purpose rather than Django's username field and you want an extra field called 'display_name' as full name for the logged in User. To meet the above requirements, we need to customize Django's built-in user model or substitute a completely customized model.
Ecommerce solution providers like OpenCart, Magento Provide extensions to see Google analytics data in their own dashboards as graphs. whereas there are no such plugins availble in Python. In this tutorial, we will learn how to display google graphs in your website.
DjangoRestFramework is widely used to develop restful API. DjangoRestFramework is easy to use who are familiar with Django, as it is developed on the core concepts of Django. In the current blog post we’ll learn how to develop a RESTful API that performs CRUD operations on the DB.