Playing tasks with Django-Celery

A session at EuroPython 2011

Wednesday 22nd June, 2011

3:30pm to 4:30pm (CET)

Celery is an open source task queueing system based on distributed message passing.

I will talk about the tools that Celery offers for task distribution and how to monitor and manage the system using a Django web interface.
This talk will also focus on how we use Celery at Jamendo and our real solutions to some common issues you may encounter when developing a back-office based on Celery.

The talk will cover the following topics:

-- A brief overview of Celery and the AMPQ protocol.
AMPQ protocol overview
Celery introduction
Celery, RabbitMQ code examples

-- The impact of Celery on the Jamendo work-flow; examples with real tasks.
Here I will talk about the Jamendo back-office infrastructure and some of our common tasks. I will discuss the improvements made by introducing a new back-office system based on Celery.
I will show some code snippets and go over some real scenarios.

-- Overview of the Django Celery admin interface and some Jamendo extensions
Let's talk about the Django-Celery interface that allows one to monitor or schedule tasks directly from the Django admin.
I will explain which common additional features are necessary and how to add them.

-- Common "gotchas" we encountered while working with Celery and how we solved them.
- Global task locks
- Centralized logging: be able to read all the logs of all celery workers on different servers and filter them for real-time debugging

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Mauro Rocco


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EuroPython 2011

Italy Italy, Florence

20th26th June 2011

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Time 3:30pm4:30pm CET

Date Wed 22nd June 2011

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