In this blog post I take my Flask (Python) web application and deployment to Microsoft Azure, and instead of doing it manually I do it via a CI/CD. I’ve previously discussed Continuous Integration (CI) in blog posts around CI, GitHub actions and recently Code Coverage. The CD of CI/CD can stand for Continuous Deployment or … Continue reading Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery – The CD of CI/CD (GitHub / Python / DevOps)
Studying for my degree apprenticeship uses up a lot of my spare time (i.e. my time outside of work) and concentration, so I’ve put most qualification / technology pathways on hold or at least maintained a slow attempt at them. Happy to say that I attempted and passed the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) certification today.
In this blog post I am going to look Azure Load Testing, using it to test how much my web application can take before it breaks. I am currently hosting my Flask (Python) web application within Microsoft Azure. Orignally I tried to go with the cheapest compute option I could find as this project is … Continue reading Azure Load Testing (Azure)
Continuing on with the Software Engineering & Agile module of my degree, I need to be able to show my Flask web application running. After picking a cloud platform (in this case Azure) I git cloned my repository to the Linux Ubuntu instance that will be running it and realised that I’ve not included a … Continue reading Running Flask As A Linux Service (Linux / Python)