In the previous chapter, you built a real-time chat server for students using Django Channels. Now that you have created a fully functional e-learning platform, you need to set up a production environment so that it can be accessed over the internet. Until now, you have been working in a development environment, using the Django development server to run your site. In this chapter, you will learn how to set up a production environment that is able to serve your Django project in a secure and efficient manner.
This chapter will cover the following topics:
- Configuring Django settings for multiple environments
- Using Docker Compose to run multiple services
- Setting up a web server with uWSGI and Django
- Serving PostgreSQL and Redis ...