Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Using django on kubernetes

Hi all,

I have created a SPA with angular on the frontend and django rest framework on the backend. It also has celery to do background tasks. Everything is working as intended and it is running pretty smoothly.

We have deployed it on kubernetes - so the frontend (with nginx) is running in one pod, the backend is running in another and celery is running on a third. Everything is connected and works. My question is more about the resources settings for django. Does anyone have any experience in setting up this? Currently I am running without resource limitations - which means that the kubernetes master doesn't know how much resources the django pod needs.

There has to be someone more who has done this and has setup the resource limits correctly - I would like some inspiration. I don't know how much django requires....


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