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I provide actionable advice for robust and scalable task processing with Celery.

Celery Load Testing with Locust


Locust is a developer friendly, open source load testing tool, commonly used to run performance tests against web UIs and REST APIs. However, it is by no means restricted to HTTP stuff only. In this article, I show you how to use locust to run performance tests against your Celery cluster.
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Celery Configuration with Environment Variables


My preferred way to configure an app is via environment variables. Unfortunately, this is where Celery is a bit of a mess. Here is an alternative approach I have been tossing around.
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Docker Healthcheck for Celery Workers


How to make Docker check and report on a Celery worker node's health status.
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Auto-reload Celery on code changes


How to improve your Celery developer experience with automatic restarts on code changes.
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Kubernetes for Python Developers: Part 1


A Kubernetes tutorial for Python developers.
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Celery on Docker: From the Ground up


A Docker tutorial for beginners
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Quick Guide: Custom Celery Task Logger


How to customise the Celery task logger
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Celery Execution Pools: What is it all about?


An introduction to prefork, solo, eventlet and gevent
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Monitoring a Dockerized Celery Cluster with Flower


How to set up Flower in a Docker cluster
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Celery, docker and the missing startup banner


Where did the Celery startup screen go?
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