Developing Web Application with Flask/Django and Docker and scaling with DigitalOcean

Suman Debnath (~suman-d)


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Description:

With the tremendous growth of various e-commerce/mobile/startups, especially the organizations where web-based application is very crucial for their business, it is very much important to develop the web application in swift time and make it agile as possible so that the time between development of the application and shipping it to production reduces, and most importantly it has to be extremely flexible so that it can be scaled seamlessly without any hindrance as the business grows.

Frameworks like Flask/Dango can be used, along with Docker for seamless development and deployment of the web application and by leveraging sophisticated IaaS solution like DigitalOcean, we can scale our application and {hence business} in no time.

Agenda:

  1. Brief about Containers and Docker
  2. Brief about IaaS with DigitalOcean
  3. Developing and deploying a small web application using Python(Flask or Django) and Docker
  4. Push the application to production via DigitalOcean and scale

Prerequisites:

Basics of Python and Linux

Speaker Info:

Suman Debnath is presently working as a Principal Performance Engineer in a leading semiconductor company.

He has 9 years of experience on Storage and System Performance Measurement wherein he had been working on Storage and Networking technologies. He is a frequent speaker at various national and international conferences, like GHCI, SNIA DSI, PyCon, etc. and loves to host tech talks on various areas, like Cloud Computing, Storage, FC Protocol, Virtualization, Docker, Python, etc.

He worked for NetApp, EMC and IBM. He is an SME for SNIA(Storage Networking Industry Association) and CompTIA, wherein he is responsible to design and develop the Storage+ certification questions.

Section: Infrastructure
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Beginner
Last Updated:

Hi! Could you please add up slides to your workshop/talk?

Shivani Bhardwaj (~shivan1b)

I will upload in 2 days.

Suman Debnath (~suman-d)

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