Deployment

At some point, your software is finished and you want to push it to production. This chapter shows you how to ship your software!

We’ll first dive into creating sharable, executable binaries with PyInstaller. After that, we’ll take a look at Python-based Docker containers. It’s a great way to ship your software to many different cloud providers. Once you know how to create a Docker image, I’ll show you how to use CI/CD to deploy your Python software automatically. Finally, I’ll show you how to guerrilla scale your Python application to millions of users, without spending millions of dollars.

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