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Packages which serve up django applications as additions or alternatives to the standard mod_wsgi + apache, leaving out pure connectors like fastcgi/flup.

 

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FeatureDescription
standalone Acts as a standalone webserver for production use or requires use behind another
webserver such as Apache or Nginx
integrates with django manage.py commands is it possible to run the server as a management cmd---like the builtin
runserver cmd. Just add as an installed app to your project
pip or easy_install enabled is it a one step install with easy_install or pip?
pip install <package_name>
integrates with virtualenv
C10K proof Performance measure can it handle a large number of simulatenous connections
robustness How does it handle memory leaks in the application code, hung operations, etc.
https Can serve https protocol by itself
PackageDescriptionCategoryDownloadsLast UpdatedVersionRepoCommitsStarsForksParticipantsLicensestandaloneintegrates with django manage.py commandspip or easy_install enabledintegrates with virtualenvC10K proofrobustnesshttps
uWSGIuWSGI application server containerOther0July 28, 2015, 6:57 a.m.2.0.11.1Github1062234unbit
rdeioris
xrmx
prymitive
robygior
avar
aldur
xtfxme
WeirdCarrotMonster
kunkku
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GPL2No. Acts as a connector like fastcgi to a webserver like nginx (which has support built-in on the 0.8.x branch). Integrates with nginx, apache, cherokee, lighthttp. For fast development, it does have a standalone webserver. .
Use -H option to assign virtualenv directory.
Super robust. Can use mode that automatically restarts hung application code
django-cpserverManagement commands for serving Django via CherryPy's built-in WSGI serverApp0Aug. 11, 2009, 9:17 p.m.Github387ipmbUNKNOWNYes, for low-medium volume sites. But often used behind other servers. Based on CherryPy's webserverYes. manage.py runcpserver
gunicorngunicorn 'Green Unicorn' is a WSGI HTTP Server for UNIX, fast clients and sleepy applications.Other0July 23, 2015, 5:50 p.m.19.3.0Github2466512benoitc
davisp
tilgovi
berkerpeksag
alq666
sirkonst
collinanderson
matrixise
b3no
jbergstroem
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MITNot usually recommended. Use behind another webserver to avoid problem with slow clients.
django wsgiserveradds django management command to use cherrypy's wsgi webserver without needing to install all of cherrypy. Differs from original django-cpserver ...App0Aug. 2, 2013, 5:32 p.m.0.8.0rc1Bitbucket118cleemesser BSD LicenseYes, for low-medium volume sites. But often used behind other servers. Based on CherryPy's webserver. A fork of django-cpserver . manage.py runwsgiserver
PackageDescriptionCategoryDownloadsLast UpdatedVersionRepoCommitsStarsForksParticipantsLicensestandaloneintegrates with django manage.py commandspip or easy_install enabledintegrates with virtualenvC10K proofrobustnesshttps
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