[Baypiggies] Production users of Django?

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Sat Jul 24 01:58:51 CEST 2010

BTW,  I suggested to Jeff that he send this to the group since it is
Python/Django specific. I didn't know it was marketing research. However,
since it's python related, I still think it's appropriate for the list. If
I'm wrong, please yell at me, not Jeff.



On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Jeff Fischer <jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>  I am doing some market research for my startup. I'm interested in learning
> about how people are using Django in production today, particularly for
> applications (as opposed to content management). If you are, could you take
> a few minutes to answer the questions below, either to the list or directly
> to me? Any additional explanations are also appreciated. If I get a lot of
> private responses, I'll summarize to the list (unless you don't want to be
> in the summary). Thank you very much for your help!
> Regards,
> Jeff Fischer
> jeffrey.fischer at gmail.com
> jeffrey.fischer at genforma.com
> Django survey questions:
> 1. Which of the scenario(s) below apply to your application?
>    A. On-premise, company-internal users
>    B. Hosted, company-external users
>    C. Company-external users, running on their hardware/intranet
>    D. Something else?
> 2. How many customers and/or users does your application have?
> 3. Are you using Django more as an application framework or as a content
> management framework?
> 4. What industry are you in?
> 5. What does your application do (as much detail as you are willing to
> share)?
> 6. Is this application your company's primary source of revenue?
> 7. What components other than Django do you use in your production
> configuration (e.g. database type, web server, cache, etc.)?
> 8. How many servers do you use for your production system?
> 9. What do you use for deployment?
> 10. Do you use any cloud or hosting services? If so, which ones?
> 11. What are your biggest pain points in terms of deployment,
> configuration, and management? Would you be willing to pay money to have
> someone take care of these for you?
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