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of course it does. Appliku out of the box provides a way to provision redis and rabbmitmq.
I have yet to write a tutorial about celery.
To specify processes to run you use Procfile. Specify your celery commands and enable them in Process tab in Appliku interface.
In order to have celery beat working you should use redbeat: https://github.com/sibson/redbeat
Other than that – no specific requirements. Drop me a line in contacts on our site if you need any help. Or in our Discord Community: https://appliku.com/discord
sibson/redbeat is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.
The primary programming language of redbeat is Python.