Sessions at EuroPython 2011 with slides and video on Friday 24th June

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  • Implementing distributed applications using ZeroMQ, Python and other bad guys...

    by Francesco Crippa

    Cloud Computing and Large Scale environments require sometime applications based on complex and distributed architectures... and this usually means a huge overhead in the design and confusion out of control in the code (network wise race conditions, single points of failure and so on)

    Introducing elements like *MQ and IPC frameworks in this kind of applications is the only way to reduce the complexity and enable a fluid design (in other words: mess-under-control)

    The talk is focused on describing how to design a distributed application in different scenarios, using ZeroMQ (a modern broker-less MQ system) as core framework, with examples and demos.

    At 11:15am to 12:15pm, Friday 24th June