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#1 Jan. 23, 2011 05:03:52

Ross P.
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Hello fellow Django users,

A long time ago I started collecting deployment information from
Django users submitting their websites to www.djangosites.org. I
promised at the time to make the stats public, and although i've
shared them with a few I've never made it public that the stats are
available.

Firstly, sorry for taking so long to give this back to the community.

The stats can be found online athttp://www.djangosites.org/stats/.
There's a link in the DjangoSites header to it. A few findings that
are obvious from a few minutes on the above page:

1) MySQL powers over half of the websites listed. Postgres around a
third, SQLite 1 in 10.
2) Apache is still king of the hill. nginx and Lighty share around 20%
of the install base
3) Interestingly, IIS is being used in almost no deployments according
to our stats, even though MSSQL still gets a look-in.
4) mod_python isn't as big as it once was; mod_wsgi is the preferred
Django serving method by a long shot. mod_python and fastcgi each
count for ~20%
5) In our userbase, less than 10% of deployments are on something
other than a Linux variant.

These stats will continue to evolve over time as more websites are
submitted and as current ones are updated. I'm keeping time-based
stats on these as well so that one day we can show how this usage has
changed over time. Hopefully I get around to that sooner than I got to
these :)

Thank you to everybody who has submitted websites and provided this
deployment information. I hope these statistics are useful for you.
Feedback is welcome via email (r...@rossp.org) or Twitter
(@RossPoulton). I would love to hear what you have to say!

Cheers,

Ross

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#2 Jan. 23, 2011 05:11:58

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Cool. I just submitted a couple of sites myself.

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#3 Jan. 23, 2011 06:28:06

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For each category, is there a list to choose from or up to people to enter
in right name? Is odd that uWSGI doesn't even get a mention for serving
method.

Either way, very interesting and will be more interesting to see over time
what take up of Tornado and gunicorn is, especially with the majority of
these Heroku style Python web hosting setups using gunicorn.

Graham

On Sunday, January 23, 2011 4:03:45 PM UTC+11, Ross Poulton wrote:
>
> Hello fellow Django users,
>
> A long time ago I started collecting deployment information from
> Django users submitting their websites to www.djangosites.org. I
> promised at the time to make the stats public, and although i've
> shared them with a few I've never made it public that the stats are
> available.
>
> Firstly, sorry for taking so long to give this back to the community.
>
> The stats can be found online athttp://www.djangosites.org/stats/.
> There's a link in the DjangoSites header to it. A few findings that
> are obvious from a few minutes on the above page:
>
> 1) MySQL powers over half of the websites listed. Postgres around a
> third, SQLite 1 in 10.
> 2) Apache is still king of the hill. nginx and Lighty share around 20%
> of the install base
> 3) Interestingly, IIS is being used in almost no deployments according
> to our stats, even though MSSQL still gets a look-in.
> 4) mod_python isn't as big as it once was; mod_wsgi is the preferred
> Django serving method by a long shot. mod_python and fastcgi each
> count for ~20%
> 5) In our userbase, less than 10% of deployments are on something
> other than a Linux variant.
>
> These stats will continue to evolve over time as more websites are
> submitted and as current ones are updated. I'm keeping time-based
> stats on these as well so that one day we can show how this usage has
> changed over time. Hopefully I get around to that sooner than I got to
> these :)
>
> Thank you to everybody who has submitted websites and provided this
> deployment information. I hope these statistics are useful for you.
> Feedback is welcome via email (ro...@rossp.org) or Twitter
> (@RossPoulton). I would love to hear what you have to say!
>
> Cheers,
>
> Ross

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#4 Jan. 23, 2011 13:14:17

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On Jan 23, 7:03 am, Ross Poulton <r...@rossp.org> wrote:
> Hello fellow Django users,
>
> A long time ago I started collecting deployment information from
> Django users submitting their websites towww.djangosites.org. I
> promised at the time to make the stats public, and although i've
> shared them with a few I've never made it public that the stats are
> available.
>
> Firstly, sorry for taking so long to give this back to the community.
>
> The stats can be found online athttp://www.djangosites.org/stats/.
> There's a link in the DjangoSites header to it. A few findings that
> are obvious from a few minutes on the above page:
>
> 1) MySQL powers over half of the websites listed. Postgres around a
> third, SQLite 1 in 10.
> 2) Apache is still king of the hill. nginx and Lighty share around 20%
> of the install base
> 3) Interestingly, IIS is being used in almost no deployments according
> to our stats, even though MSSQL still gets a look-in.
> 4) mod_python isn't as big as it once was; mod_wsgi is the preferred
> Django serving method by a long shot. mod_python and fastcgi each
> count for ~20%
> 5) In our userbase, less than 10% of deployments are on something
> other than a Linux variant.
>
> These stats will continue to evolve over time as more websites are
> submitted and as current ones are updated. I'm keeping time-based
> stats on these as well so that one day we can show how this usage has
> changed over time. Hopefully I get around to that sooner than I got to
> these :)
>
> Thank you to everybody who has submitted websites and provided this
> deployment information. I hope these statistics are useful for you.
> Feedback is welcome via email (r...@rossp.org) or Twitter
> (@RossPoulton). I would love to hear what you have to say!


Thanks! I'm surprised that so few are running on google app engine; I
would have expected google's user base to be significantly larger than
windows'.

p.s. Could you add permalinks/id attributes to the <h2> elements
please?

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#5 Jan. 24, 2011 08:17:32

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On Jan 23, 4:11 pm, Shawn Milochik <sh...@milochik.com> wrote:
> Cool. I just submitted a couple of sites myself.

Along with a bunch of others - looks like this post caused a flurry of
new submissions & updates to existing listings :)

On Jan 23, 5:27 pm, Graham Dumpleton <graham.dumple...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> For each category, is there a list to choose from or up to people to enter
> in right name? Is odd that uWSGI doesn't even get a mention for serving
> method.

Yes, there is a list. uWSGI was an oversight on my behalf; I've now
added that in to the list. As soon as there are sites submitted by
people who select uWSGI it'll be included in the charts.

On Jan 24, 12:14 am, Aryeh Leib Taurog <v...@aryehleib.com> wrote:
> Thanks!  I'm surprised that so few are running on google app engine; I
> would have expected google's user base to be significantly larger than
> windows'.

Remember this is purely based on people who a) list their site at
djangosites.org and b) offer up this information. The difference in
numbers could purely be because App Engine users haven't submitted
their sites for whatever reason.

> p.s. Could you add permalinks/id attributes to the <h2> elements
> please?

Great idea! You can now visit eghttp://www.djangosites.org/stats/#serving-methodif you want to deep-link to a particular chart.

Thanks for the comments all!

Warm Regards,

Ross

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#6 Jan. 24, 2011 08:24:14

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On Monday, January 24, 2011 7:17:24 PM UTC+11, Ross Poulton wrote:
>
> On Jan 23, 4:11 pm, Shawn Milochik <sh...@milochik.com> wrote:
> > Cool. I just submitted a couple of sites myself.
>
> Along with a bunch of others - looks like this post caused a flurry of
> new submissions & updates to existing listings :)
>
> On Jan 23, 5:27 pm, Graham Dumpleton <graham.d...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > For each category, is there a list to choose from or up to people to
> enter
> > in right name? Is odd that uWSGI doesn't even get a mention for serving
> > method.
>
> Yes, there is a list. uWSGI was an oversight on my behalf; I've now
> added that in to the list. As soon as there are sites submitted by
> people who select uWSGI it'll be included in the charts.
>

What does the generic 'WSGI' meant to mean? Is that meant to mean 'WSGI
(Other)'? Ie., as not covered by other options?

Graham



> On Jan 24, 12:14 am, Aryeh Leib Taurog <v....@aryehleib.com> wrote:
> > Thanks! I'm surprised that so few are running on google app engine; I
> > would have expected google's user base to be significantly larger than
> > windows'.
>
> Remember this is purely based on people who a) list their site at
> djangosites.org and b) offer up this information. The difference in
> numbers could purely be because App Engine users haven't submitted
> their sites for whatever reason.
>
> > p.s. Could you add permalinks/id attributes to the <h2> elements
> > please?
>
> Great idea! You can now visit eg
>http://www.djangosites.org/stats/#serving-method> if you want to deep-link to a particular chart.
>
> Thanks for the comments all!
>
> Warm Regards,
>
> Ross

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#7 Jan. 24, 2011 08:36:29

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That was added a few months (or more?) back after some users emailed me asking
me to add "wsgi" to the list. Admittedly in hindsight it's a little vague and
has probably ended up being a catch-all for "wsgi: other".

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