Scaling your Application Across Nodes with Spring Python's Remoting

Posted by remsai10 on May 26, 2010 3:58 PM EDT; By Greg Lee Turnquist
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Spring Python offers a clean cut way to take simple applications and split them out between multiple machines using remoting techniques that can be seamlessly injected without causing code rewrite headaches. Spring Python makes it easy to utilize existing technologies, while also being prepared to support ones not yet designed. In this article we will learn how: * Pyro provides a nice Python-to-Python remoting capability to easily create client-server applications * Spring Python seamlessly integrates with Python so that your application doesn't have to learn the API * You can convert a simple application into a distributed one, all on the same machine * It takes little effort to rewire an application by splitting it up into parts, plugging in a round-robin queue manager, and running multiple copies of the server with no impact to our business logic

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