Deploy A Django Web App With Nginx And Amazon Ecs 2022

Published 9/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.33 GB | Duration: 6h 31m

Create a Django web app with Docker and Nginx, and deploy it to Amazon ECS

What you’ll learn
How to deploy your website using Amazon ECS and Docker
How to use AWS for deployment
How to build a mini Django application
How to deploy your static files to Amazon S3
How to host your postgres database on Amazon RDS
Basic knowledge of Python, Django and AWS is required (especially on EC2)
Knowledge on Docker would be helpful, but it isn’t mandatory for this course.
Welcome! I’m here to help you to master the basics of deploying a Django web application to Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) whilst utilizing Nginx and Docker.This course is primarily intended for individuals who have a basic knowledge of Django and AWS. Knowledge on Docker would be helpful, but it isn’t mandatory for this course.To put it simply, if you have a background in Django and AWS and want to learn about how to deploy your web application, then this is definitely the course for you!I want to help YOU master the art of deploying a Django application to Amazon ECS. The Deploy a Django web app with Nginx and Amazon ECS course has been structured in a simple and logical order. Everything that has been designed from the styling to the graphics and topics covered is crafted with the absolute duty of care towards the student. The main focus of the course is to teach you how to deploy your Django web application to Amazon ECS with Docker and Nginx.You will learn how to utilize several AWS services such as Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, Route 53, Certificate Manager, Elastic Container Service (EC2 – launch type) etc. You will also learn how to attach a domain name and SSL certificate to your web application. It is mixed with theory and practical hands-on demonstrations.The course is structured in a logical and cohesive way – not just random slides plastered everywhere.It starts off very simple and then builds on gradually throughout the course.You will also learn about the basics of Docker and containerizationThis course is jam-packed with lecture slides, PDF walkthroughs, code snippets/references and comes along with the full project source code – as a zip file.All 150 + slides are available as a downloadable PDF.The Deploy a Django web app with Nginx and Amazon ECS course is a highly practical course and allows you to apply your knowledge:There is a wealth of hands-on lectures throughout this course.You will be able to deploy your Django web application by containerizing it.—————————————————Your instructor:My name is Arno Pretorius. I’m a qualified IT teacher who has taught programming both in-person and online. My main passions are teaching and technology, so I thought why not just combine the best of both worlds to create something truly amazing and valuable. Over the years, I have created and deployed many real-world Django-based applications, including a job portal for university graduates and an exclusive social network. I’m a Django developer, an AWS Solutions Architect Professional, Developer and an AWS Database Specialist. I have a keen interest in everything that relates to web development, Django web application security, and cloud computing.I’m also an Amazon author and have published books on Django web application security and basic web development. So, let’s go and become fluent in Django deployment, along with an extra service or two. Trust me you are in good hands!—————————————————This course also comes with:- 6.5 hours of on-demand video- Full lifetime access – A Udemy certificate of completion – Several downloadable resources – Access on mobile and TVJoin me in this course if you want to learn how to deploy your Django web application via containerization.


Section 1: Course Introduction

Lecture 1 Course welcome!

Lecture 2 Thought process

Lecture 3 Course overview

Lecture 4 Just a quick note

Section 2: Resources

Lecture 5 Code and slides – download

Section 3: Baseline Installation and setup

Lecture 6 Python installation and setup

Lecture 7 Visual Studio Code installation and setup

Section 4: Create a Django web app

Lecture 8 Django project setup

Lecture 9 Django app setup

Lecture 10 Templates, URL’s and Views

Lecture 11 Configure static files

Lecture 12 Static Files – Manually refresh your static files by clearing the cache

Lecture 13 Styling our web app – Part 1

Lecture 14 Styling our web app – Part 2

Lecture 15 Create a profile model

Lecture 16 Configure Django to allow file uploads

Lecture 17 User registration

Lecture 18 User authentication

Lecture 19 Profile management: Updating our username and email

Lecture 20 Profile management: Deleting an account

Lecture 21 Upload and render a file in Django

Section 5: IAM users, Databases and static files

Lecture 22 Create an AWS account

Lecture 23 AWS Budgets – Create a designated budget

Lecture 24 AWS Identity and Access Management – Theory review

Lecture 25 Create an AWS IAM user and sign in as an IAM user – Part 1

Lecture 26 Create an AWS IAM user and sign in as an IAM user – Part 2

Lecture 27 Add ECR + ECS permissions[IMPORTANT]

Lecture 28[OPTIONAL] – How to enable MFA for your root and IAM user account

Lecture 29 Amazon S3 – Theory review

Lecture 30 Deploy our static files to an Amazon S3 bucket

Lecture 31 Amazon RDS – Theory review

Lecture 32 Create and connect to an Amazon RDS postgres database

Lecture 33 Styling the admin page

Section 6: Domain name and SSL certificate

Lecture 34 AWS Route 53 – Theory review


Lecture 36 Register a domain name with Route 53

Lecture 37 Amazon Certificate Manager – Theory review

Lecture 38 Provision and assign an SSL certificate

Section 7: Docker

Lecture 39 What is Docker?

Lecture 40 Managing docker containers on AWS – Theory overview

Lecture 41 Running docker containers on Amazon ECS

Lecture 42 Installing and setting up Docker

Lecture 43 Examine Docker desktop

Lecture 44 Sign up for a Docker Hub account

Lecture 45 Nginx: A short introduction

Lecture 46 What is a reverse proxy?


Lecture 48 Creating our docker files – Theory overview

Lecture 49 Create a docker file for our docker image – Part 1

Lecture 50 Create a docker file for our docker image – Part 2

Lecture 51 Create a docker-compose file

Lecture 52 Build our docker images

Lecture 53 Running our docker container locally

Lecture 54 Stopping a docker container and clearing the cache

Lecture 55 Docker cleanup

Section 8: Deploy our web app to Amazon ECS

Lecture 56 Preparing for deployment

Lecture 57 Security tips!

Lecture 58 What is Docker ? -[REVIEW]

Lecture 59 Deployment Introduction


Lecture 61 Push our docker images to Amazon ECR

Lecture 62 Deploy our Django web app to Amazon ECS – Part 1


Lecture 64 Deploy our Django web app to Amazon ECS – Part 2

Section 9: Managing user sessions[OPTIONAL]

Lecture 65 Amazon ElastiCache – Theory review

Lecture 66 How to manage user sessions?

Lecture 67 What is a sticky session?

Lecture 68 How to enable sticky sessions

Lecture 69 Section cleanup

Section 10: Conclusion

Lecture 70 Thank you!

Lecture 71 Bonus lecture!

Mid – advanced python developers with a basic knowledge of Django,Developers who want to deploy their Django web application,Django + AWS deployment enthusiasts






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