Since 2015 systemd is part of major Linux distributions. Thus, when deploying a python application we will need to work with some systemd units. So, why not take time and understand systemd? It is simple, I promise. I wish I had this sort of introduction long time ago.
Since 2015 systemd was adopted by all major Linux distributions. And it quickly becomes part of Linux world in general.
Despite it's criticism, systemd is a fantastic piece of software, it is suprisingly practical, easy to understand and easy use.
Here are given as convinience code/commands used in video lesson.
systemctl --user start/stop/status