Django on AWS EC2 – Do I need anything installed on my local computer?
|July 25, 2014||Posted by forumadmin under TechQns||
My host OS is Windows 8. I downloaded VMWare Player and did all my Django stuff using Lubuntu through VMware Player. Now, my Django project is complete and I want to make it accessible through the internet. I bought a domain using NameCheap. I created an AWS free tier account and launched an EC2 instance (the instance’s OS is Ubuntu). Now I’m following this tutorial on how to use AWS Elastic Beanstalk to deploy my Django app.
In the tutorial, step 1 is to Set Up Your Git Repository. In step 1, it says to down EB command line tooks, GIT, Ruby and Python on my local computer. Step 2 is to set up my local python environment (download virtualenv, django, mysql-python etc.). My question is, do I really download all this stuff from step 1 and 2 on my host OS (windows 8) or do I install it on my Lubuntu VM after running VMWare Player or do I install it on my AWS instance?
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