|From:||Ken Elkabany <Ken-AT-Elkabany.com>|
|Subject:||PiCloud Beta Release|
|Date:||Sun, 1 Nov 2009 15:59:32 -0800|
PiCloud has released a Python library, cloud, which allows you to easily offload the execution of a function to a cluster of servers running on Amazon Web Services. As a beta product, we are currently free to all users who sign up with beta code "PYTHONLIST". To register, go to http://www.picloud.com Any comments or feedback would be greatly appreciated. Full service description: PiCloud is a cloud-computing platform that integrates into the Python Programming Language. It enables you to leverage the compute power of Amazon Web Services without having to manage, maintain, or configure virtual servers. PiCloud integrates seamlessly into your existing code base through a custom Python library, cloud. To offload the execution of a function to the cloud, all you must do is pass your desired function into the cloud library. PiCloud will then run the function on its high-performance and automatically-scaling cluster. We quickly scale our server capacity, both up and down, to meet your computational needs, and only charge you for the resources you actually consume. Getting on the cloud has never been this easy! PiCloud improves the full cycle of software development and deployment. Functions that are run on PiCloud have their resource usage monitored, performance analyzed, and errors traced; we further aggregate all your functions to give you a bird's eye view of your service. Through these introspective capabilities, PiCloud enables you to develop faster, easier, and smarter. Common use cases for our platform: * Crawling the web * Manipulating images and videos * Generating charts and graphs * Statistical/Mathematical analysis of data sets * Real-time data processing Cheers, Ken Elkabany PiCloud, Inc. -- http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-announce-list Support the Python Software Foundation: http://www.python.org/psf/donations/
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