In this guide, we’ll show you how to enable HTTPS on a Django app that’s deployed using Docker.

00:10 - Deploy to AWS using Docker and Docker compose card link 
01:20 - Requirements
02:07 - Architecture we’re going to build 
04:32 - Stages of the deployment (summary) 
05:45 - Create a new project on GitHub 
06:55 - Setup a basic Django project using Docker and Docker Compose
12:55 - Create a Docker Compose configuration 
15:14 - Create our project 
18:28 - Create a basic Django app inside our project
22:38 - Setup NGINX 
34:11 - Add options SSL configurations
35:47 - Add uWSGI params
36:38 - Create a run script to run our NGINX proxy 
44:16 - Create a new Docker file 
47:58 - Add certbot image
53:51 - Create a Docker file for our certbot 
55:33 - Configure our Django app 
59:24 - Create our deployment Docker Compose 
01:07:04 - Create a basic configuration file 
01:08:12 - Create a server 
01:14:03 - Install Docker Compose  
01:17:01 - Generate SSH key on the server 
01:23:27 - Generate initial SSH certificates
01:29:58 - Handle auto-renewal of SHH certificates

Blog post that goes with this tutorial: https://londonappdeveloper.com/django-docker-deployment-with-https-using-letsencrypt/    

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Django Docker Deployment with HTTPS using Letsencrypt
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