Python Remote Objects — written code?

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Here is the website of the project is library that allows to easily organize a distributed architecture programme.

The subject of the following.


Have You had any experience writing distributed applications in Python — you can share the experience?


Any mention about relevant information: articles, titles of books, thematic portals, open-source projects in the source code, a brief summary of the existing architectures of the projects(if there are such) — will be met with joy and approval.


Thank you.
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About a year ago, when it was necessary to organize remote execution of Python code on multiple machines, I had to choose between two projects: Pyro (you have it) and RPyc (http://rpyc.wikidot.com/). After a brief analysis it became clear that the RPyc to use much easier and he is perfectly suited for my tasks. Unfortunately now the project is not developed (not been updated for a year), but I still recommend to watch the documentation and the screencast on the link.
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Pythomnic3k, but it is in Python 3.0, so for obvious reasons [yet] can be troubles with some libraries...
and the old Pythomnic that worked with 2.x, for a long time (couple years) dropout.
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I had the experience. From my point of view, PyRo is easier and more convenient than other RPC
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