09-18-2017 03:11 AM - edited 09-18-2017 03:19 AM
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:
How to get a secure and private server (python package manager) always up and running in the cloud?
02-02-2022 03:57 AM
This is roughly just a simple way to deploy a container without the burden of Kubernetes. ACS might be best if you really want a dedicated container solution (there is several orchestrators).
For the authentication part, htaccess file with basic authentication is supported by pip. This allow to do something like extra-index-url = https://login:email@example.com/simple/. I don't have a prefered tutorial, but google/bing something like "pip private repository" you will have no issue to find answers.
(full disclosure, I work at MS in the Azure Python SDK team)
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