Hosting a private python package manager in Azure or AWS

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Hosting a private python package manager in Azure or AWS

I work in a small team of Python developers and our aim is to create a private package manager to store our packages. I came cross pypicloud and following its tutorial I've successfully been able to upload and install packages stored in AWS-S3. That's fantastic.

However, the private package manager is launched and hosted locally typing pserve server.iniin the terminal. The package manager is then accessible at http:/ /0.0.0.0:6543/#/. Ideally, I want this server to be:

  1. hosted in the cloud (possibly Azure but AWS is fine)
  2. up and running 24/7
  3. secure. Users must authenticate in order to see the package manager and the packages.
  4. not hosted in a operative system but something higher level (e.g. docker container or Azure function app?) since it would be much easier to maintain, geo-replicate etc

How to get a secure and private server (python package manager) always up and running in the cloud?

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