Django and Apache: mod_proxy or mod_wsgi?

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Situation.
The office is Apache on Windows, spinning-house php website. Due to organizational reasons, to change the OS and http server it is impossible. The question is, how here it is better to build a small django app?
Tried Windows using mod_wsgi is working.
The question is, will it work faster/better if you run the application using tornadoweb as a server to configure the Apache proxy using mod_proxy?
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as far as I know Django app faster just running on nginx+ uwsgi but I am not sure if it will unfold to Win
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Can be to Win the car to put a virtual? releasing it in a real network, and it skoromnogo of Debian.
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If you are satisfied with the work of mod_wsgi — Express it. Tornado, if on top of it to run a wsgi framework does not give any advantages. Moreover, it can only become worse.
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The most successful in my opinion nginx is giving all statics and proxy domain name and uwsgi (for Django) and apache (all the rest). The Apache better access from the outside on the line to close. Practice showed not bad performance (for link and details in the PM, and the advertising).
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Instead of uwsgi itself surprisingly well in practice showed gUnicorn with gevent worker AMI.
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