Deploying a Content Management System to App Engine with Python 3

Deploying a Content Management System to App Engine with Python 3



In this video, you will learn how to deploy Wagtail, an open source content management system built on Django, to Google App Engine’s new second-generation Python runtime.

Setting Up a Python Development Environment →
Install the ‘gcloud’ Google Cloud SDK →
Install the Cloud SQL Proxy →
Storing secrets →
Google App Engine Python 3 Standard Environment Documentation →

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10 thoughts on “Deploying a Content Management System to App Engine with Python 3

  1. I wish there was more support. I have done this exactly and I just get a 502 Bad Gateway error with no error messages.

  2. I am working on windows, got some questions
    1. How can I find the cloud sql proxy for windows??

    2.How can I deploy mysql to cloud sql???
    I've done the makemigrations, and migrate.

    Then gcloud app deploy, it works fine, and while change to /admin/ page, it show error.

  3. Hi, I have succeeded in deploying a wagtail CMS onto app engine based on this video. Just a follow up question on how to serve "media" files (user uploaded files) in wagtail using app engine ?

  4. long time django user and i haven't heard of wagtail. just saw that it passed djangocms and feincms in number of git stars. it's good to learn about it. also kinda off topic: i wonder how much additional resources a django stack consumes (disk, mem, etc…) as opposed to the vanilla app engine framework.

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