Django Deploy

Django Deploy is an experimental tool designed to make it easier to deploy new and existing Django applications on public clouds (e.g. Kubernetes Engine).

Currently, Django Deploy can only

Django Deploy is an experimental project not officially supported by Google.

Here is an example usage:

$ django-cloud-deploy new
11 steps to setup your new project

[1/11] In order to deploy your application, you must allow Django Deploy to access your Google account.
Press [Enter] to open a browser window to allow access
[2/11] Enter a Google Cloud Platform Project ID, or leave blank to use
[django-799931]: my-cool-site
[3/11] Enter a Google Cloud Platform project name, or leave blank to use
[Django Project]: My Cool Site
[4/11] In order to deploy your application, you must enable billing for your Google Cloud Project.
You have the following existing billing accounts:
1. My Billing Account
Please enter your numeric choice or press [Enter] to create a new billing account: 1
[5/11] Enter a password for the default database user "postgres"
Password:
Password (again):
[6/11] Enter a new directory path to store project source, or leave blank to use
[/usr/local/google/home/bquinlan/my-cool-site]:
[7/11] Enter a Django project name, or leave blank to use
[mysite]: mycoolsite
[8/11] Enter a Django app name, or leave blank to use
[home]: mycoolapp
[9/11] Enter a name for the Django superuser, or leave blank to use
[admin]: myname
[10/11] Enter a password for the Django superuser "myname"
Password:
Password (again):
[11/11] Enter a e-mail address for the Django superuser, or leave blank to use
[test@example.com]: myname@example.com

Getting Started

For the fastest path to a working Django application running in the cloud, see the Quickstart.

Deploy an existing application

For detailed instructions on how to deploy an existing Django project, see the HOWTO.

Building a new application

For detailed instructions on how to create a new Django project and then deploy and update it, see the HOWTO.

Development Workflow (Linux)

Verify that Python 3.5 or later is installed:

python3 -V

Clone the project and cd to it's directory:

git clone https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/django-cloud-deploy
cd django-cloud-deploy

Create a new virtual environment:

virtualenv -p python3 venv
source venv/bin/activate

Install Django Deploy in edit mode:

pip install -e .

Run it:

django-cloud-deploy new

Code modifications will be reflected in the next run of django-cloud-deploy.

Issues

If you encounter any technical issues during the process you will be asked to submit a ticket to our issue tracker.

Please also use the issue tracker for feedback and/or feature request.

Contribute

Check out our CONTRIBUTING to find out how you can help.

License

This project is licensed under the Apache License - see the LICENSE file for details.

This is not an officially supported Google product.

Status

Django Deploy is an experimental project not officially supported by Google.