Deploy Django Website to Google Cloud

Hosting From Google Drive – Deploy Django Website to Google Cloud


Deploy Django Website to Google Cloud

Hosting From Google Drive

In this video we deploy a Django website to Google Cloud using the app engine standard environment.

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19 thoughts on “Hosting From Google Drive – Deploy Django Website to Google Cloud

  1. Thanks for the video, immensely helpful! I have a question about environment variables, if I understand correctly they should go into the `app.yaml` file but how to I keep this file from being exposed if my app is in a public github repo? Do I just `.gitignore` it for github and upload it separately into the gcloud project? I tried to read some docs about it but I'm not sure I understand how this would work.

  2. I can not create an instance. When I click on the "GO to cloud Sql instance page". They ask me to create a billing for project not CLoud SQL instance. What should I do?

  3. Updating service [default] (this may take several minutes)…failed.
    ERROR: (gcloud.app.deploy) Error Response: [9]
    Application startup error! Code: APP_CONTAINER_CRASHED
    /bin/sh: 1: exec: gunicorn: not found
    I used my own project. I am getting this error. Please help. Thank You

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