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Server Architecture Setup.
Let’s start with some backstory, I’m not an experience coder at all. I know some HTML & CSS and some simple python, some fundamentals you know. I have decided to start a project to get more familiar with Web Server building. So let me tell what I need help with, I don’t know what types of systems I should use, and what system does what thing. So I need kinda of a push in the right direction I should go.
This is how I want my server setup.
Front-End and Back-End needs to separate.
Front-End is supposed to be my personal website that everyone can see but with an login function to control some back-end, like hangfire processing service, or If I just wanna setup some front end stuff that requires to be logged in to see.
I want all my stuff separate through containers which I guess Docker compose will do.
Back-End I want to be able to upload web applications that either I can run through my login function or if I wanna publish my work to anyone through my front-end.
Thats kinda it. I know its alot, but I also wanna say that all I really need help with is like a simple simple list of services to use, like this for example. (Examples are like NGINX, Docker, NodeJs, Kubernetes etc, etc)
Frontend = ?
Login & Auth server= ? (Auth I guess Jws auth server?)
Container = ?
Backend = ?
Frontend & Backend Communicator = ?
MySQL database for login = ?
I would assume that alot of microservices will be involved.
If you have any question feel to ask me. I tried my best explaining my situation, i’ve tried googling alot. I also know that there is alot alot of work ahead of me, this is project that I will try to finish within 1-3 years honestly, since there is most likely going to involve learning a couple of programming language.
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