Let’s take a look at how to deploy a Python app to Oracle’s Application Container Cloud Service by way of an example!
ACCS provides a pre-configured platform (Platform as a Service) where you can quickly deploy and host your applications. For many of today’s applications, the hosting server is just that, a place to host the application. Most of the time the only thing an application needs from the server is to have it support the application’s programming language and to provide in and out connections through ports. Using a PAAS such as ACCS frees you from all of the extra work of configuring and maintaining a server and allows you to focus on perfecting your application.
ACCS supports multiple languages but for this post, I’ll focus on Python.
For the examples, I will be deploying the DinoDate application. DinoDate was written as an open source learning application that can be used to demonstrate database concepts with multiple programming languages. It currently has both Python and NodeJS mid-tier applications and is backed by an Oracle Database.
The following instructions show how to deploy the Python version of DinoDate to an Oracle ACCS instance. Read the complete article here.
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