Di stributed Programming with PYRO (PYthon Remote Objects) Alfredo Deza PyCon 2010. “ Simple to get going with, but is already quite powerful even in the simplest form ” Irmen de Jong. Distributed Object Technology Remote Objects behave like local ones No external dependencies
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Distributed Programming with PYRO
(PYthon Remote Objects)
“Simple to get going with,
but is already quite powerful
even in the simplest form”
Irmen de Jong
One master, one slave
1 pyroloc ='PYROLOC://127.0.1.1:766/remote'
2 task = Pyro.core.getProxyForURI(pyroloc)
dude where is my object?
Nexus calls Android
But Android tries to call Nexus... again?!?!
3 daemon = Pyro.core.Daemon(prtcol='PYROSSL')
handle remote services
the website is down
why not to use Pyro?
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