The weekly Python e-mail newsletter, Pycoder’s Weekly included Caktus Developer Dan Poirier’s post, Celery in Production on their list of the best articles and projects of 2014! Take a look at their list and be sure to revisit Dan's post.
(Thanks to Mark Lavin for significant contributions to this post.)
In a previous post, we introduced using Celery to schedule tasks.
In this post, we address things you might need to consider when planning how to deploy Celery in production.
At Caktus, we've made use of Celery in a ...
Many Django applications can make good use of being able to schedule work, either periodically or just not blocking the request thread.
There are multiple ways to schedule tasks in your Django app, but there are some advantages to using Celery. It’s supported, scales well, and works well with ...
Celery is a great tool for background task processing in Django. We use it in a lot of the custom web apps we build at Caktus, and it's quickly becoming the standard for all variety of task scheduling work loads, from simple to highly complex.
Although rarely, sometimes a ...