Charming Python, Distributing computing with RPyC

A native Python option for seamless control of many machines

From the developerWorks archives

David Mertz

Date archived: April 18, 2019 | First published: March 31, 2009

RPyC is a seamless library for integrating Python processes on many machines/processes. This article looks at the advantages or drawbacks RPyC has over other distributed Python frameworks such as XML-RPC and Pyro. A few simple examples of using RPyC are included to give you a feel for the library.

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