Finally, Odoo is an open source product with a vibrant community.Getting involved, asking questions, and contributing is a great way not only to learn, but also to build a business network.With this in mind, we can't help mention the Odoo Community Association (OCA), which promotes collaboration and quality open source code.You can learn more about it at odoo‑comunity.org.
There are also other published books on Odoo that you might also find useful.Packt Publishing has a few in its catalog, and in particular, Odoo Development Cookbook provides more advanced material on topics not discussed in this book.
To learn more about Odoo, you should take a look at the official documentation at https:/ /www.odoo.com/documentation.Some topics are covered in more detail there, and you'll find topics not covered in this book.
This chapter should have covered the essentials of what's needed to run an Odoo server and provide a stable and secure service to your users.
For improved security and scalability, you also learned how to use nginx as a reverse proxy in front of Odoo server processes.
In this chapter, you learned about the additional steps required for setting up and running Odoo in a Debian-based production server.The most important settings in the configuration file were looked at, and you learned how to take advantage of the multiprocessing mode.