Distributed Coordination with Python

Ben Bangert (Mozilla)
Location: D136 Level: Intermediate
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 6 ratings)

This talk covers why Apache Zookeeper is a good fit for coordinating processes in a distributed environment, prior Python attempts at a client and the current state of the art Python client library, how unifying development efforts to merge several Python client libraries has paid off, features available to Python processes, and how to gracefully handle failures in a set of distributed processes.

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Ben Bangert


Ben Bangert is a SF Bay Area programmer known for his open-source contributions (Pylons, Routes, and many more). He works at Mozilla writing services in Python, Go, Haskell and whatever else gets the job done well. Interested in distributed systems, concurrency, and writing maintainable software.


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