What is the difference if I place the server in Python without nginx or apache?

Indeed, the presence of nginx or apache is not required for server operation?
What would happen if I put the server in Python without connecting these two guys?
June 8th 19 at 16:34
3 answers
June 8th 19 at 16:36
Solution
There will be a server in Python, with its capabilities.

You need to understand that the server is in Python has the same functionality that nginx or apache (e.g. rewrite, basic authorization, multiple sites, support for https/ftp, etc.), but if this functionality is not needed - run though the basic.
And on the game server also put nginx? - Ewell commented on June 8th 19 at 16:39
, Game servers very much.
You have a little to learn the concept of tcp/ip and http protocols, because the question is incorrect.
If you're talking about a game server that is web applications, there can often be nginx for static load apach for the primary backend.
Or instead of apache may be something different. - Jeff28 commented on June 8th 19 at 16:42
tell me, please, why would Python need something else to work with nginx?
I remember PHP was configured simply, and when I started reading about Python, there began to talk about the gap between them in the form of wgsi. Read about him and can't understand why this is.
Wouldn't having a server on Python just go and connect it to nginx configuration(nginx), putting him way? - Ewell commented on June 8th 19 at 16:45
In any settings?
What exactly are you going to connect to the server and how?

You just need to understand how the Internet works. Server in Python does not necessarily require nginx in principle. If you know what wgsi and know how to write the wgsi application can connect to nginx. - Jeff28 commented on June 8th 19 at 16:48
In fact of the matter is that reading about starting the server stumbled upon the fact that without nginx in our days this is not kosher, well, I thought, okay, and then just show up nowhere else wgsi.
Trying to find articles about him, and then only on the dim settings.
Here, you would like to know why Python wgsi, is just Python + nginx is not possible?

And about the Internet, thought everyone knew(from a book on Python) until I said this two words wgsi and nginx.(and in these cases it was not). - Ewell commented on June 8th 19 at 16:51
June 8th 19 at 16:38
Solution
About golang a lot of questions. The point is that nginx is a single point of entry, he is able to protect, filter and whatnot and gives the flexibility of application, since under entry point there I do what I want, and I will be over the query to build it
June 8th 19 at 16:40
Solution
Well, the Python web server that almost no configuration, and if hayload with perfomances clear there will be problems, if the small project in General without a difference

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