Django VMware appliance
Does anyone know of a Django 1.0 + postgresql + apache + mod_python VMware appliance? A "vanilla" Django 1.0 appliance where postgresql can be installed manually would also do.
Asked by: Kristian177 | Posted: 24-09-2021
Configure and build your appliance at Elastic Server On-Demand.Answered by: Aida920 | Posted: 25-10-2021
Another option I've had moderate success with
In addition to the other appliances suggested, you may want to take a look at our BitNami Django Stack VMWare Appliance.
It is completely free and we keep it up to date, often within hours of each new Django release. In particular, it includes mod_wsgi since mod_python has not been updated for a while. One other thing that you may want to checkout is the Django Amazon Cloud Image. Together with the Amazon Free Tier you can have your own hosted Django for free (with some limitations in terms of bandwith, etc).Answered by: Brad278 | Posted: 25-10-2021
It might be a little too heavy for your requirements, but all of those items (and a whole lot more) are included in the Python Web Developer Appliance.Answered by: Joyce782 | Posted: 25-10-2021
The Elastic Server platform lets you assemble custom servers by choosing components from a library of popular software stacks. Once assembled, these custom application stacks can be configured to a variety of virtualization and cloud-ready formats, downloaded and deployed in real-time.Answered by: Lana272 | Posted: 25-10-2021
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