Intro To Plone Stack
Intro To Plone Stack#
Listening on ports 80 and 443, proxy requests to the Plone Frontend and Plone Backend.
Node server running on port 3000, hosts the default user interface for Plone. This process needs to have access to the Plone Backend service.
WSGI process running on port 8080, is the server with Plone API. Even though it's possible to run it without a specialized database, it's better you to point to either a ZEO server or a relational database.
Specialized database layer. It could be either a ZEO server or a relational database.
All services running on the same server
Without a specialized database#
Webserver -> Plone Frontend -> Plone Backend
With a specialized database#
Webserver → Plone Frontend → Plone Backend → Database
Webserver and Frontend#
Externally accessible on ports 80 and 443
Hosts web server and Plone Frontend processes.
Hosts Plone Backend processes, listening on port 8080
Hosts either a Zeo server or a relational database. Most hosting providers offer managed relational database services with proper backup and replication, you should consider this as a primary option if you're not familiar with database management.