Deploying Python Django

Last updated: 2021-03-05 15:30:38


    Tencent Cloud Django component uses Tencent Serverless Framework. Based on serverless services (such as COS) in the cloud, it can implement "zero" configuration, convenient development, and rapid deployment of your Django webpage applications.

    Django features:

    • "Zero" configuration: you only need to write project code and then deploy it, and the Serverless Framework will take care of all the configuration work.
    • Pay-as-you-go billing: fees are charged based on the request usage, and you don't need to pay anything if there is no request.
    • Fast deployment: you can deploy your entire webpage application in just a few seconds.
    • Convenient collaboration: the development mode and in-cloud debugging are supported to facilitate team collaboration.
    • Rich extensions: RESTful API services can be deployed.


    1. Install Serverless CLI

    Install the latest version of Serverless CLI through npm:

    $ npm install -g serverless

    2. Install project dependencies

    Create a project by yourself and install the dependencies required by Python in the project directory. For example, Django is needed in this example, and you can run pip to install it:

    pip install Django -t ./

    3. Configure the .yml file

    Create a serverless.yml file in the project root directory:

    touch serverless.yml

    Paste the following configuration template into the file to implement basic project configuration.


    You can add more configuration items in serverless.yml based on your actual deployment needs. For more information on the configuration of the .yml file, please see Django Component Configuration.

    component: django
    name: djangoDemo
    app: appDemo
    stage: dev
      region: ap-guangzhou
      djangoProjectName: mydjangocomponent
      src: ./src
        timeout: 10
        memorySize: 256
          - https
        environment: release

    4. Deploy the application

    Deploy by running the sls deploy command, and you can add the --debug parameter to view the information during the deployment process:

    sls deploy --debug

    After the deployment is completed, access the application by accessing the output API Gateway link.

    Account configuration (optional)

    Currently, you can scan a QR code to log in to the CLI by default. If you want to configure persistent environment variables/key information, you can also create a local .env file:

    $ touch .env # Tencent Cloud configuration information

    Configure Tencent Cloud's SecretId and SecretKey information in the .env file and save it:

    # .env


    • If you don't have a Tencent Cloud account yet, please sign up first.
    • If you already have a Tencent Cloud account, you can get SecretId and SecretKey in API Key Management.