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Posts with tag "Python"

Mar7

Scylla and Elasticsearch, Part Two: Practical Examples to Support Full-Text Search Workloads

Scylla and Elasticsearch

We covered the basics of Elasticsearch and how Scylla is a perfect complement for it in part one of this blog. Today we want to give you specific how-tos on connecting Scylla and Elasticsearch, including use cases and sample code. Use Case #1 If combining a persistent, highly available datastore with full text search engine is a market requirement, then implementing a single, integrated solution is an ultimate goal that requires time and resources. To answer this challenge we describe below a way for users to use best-of-breed solutions that support full text search workloads. We chose Elasticsearch open source together with […]

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Feb14

The Complex Path for a Simple Portable Python Interpreter, or Snakes on a Data Plane

Snakes on a Data Plane

We needed a Python interpreter that can be shipped everywhere. You won’t believe what happened next! “When I said I wanted portable Python, this is NOT what I meant!” In theory, Python is a portable language. You can write your script locally and distribute it to other machines with the Python interpreter. In practice, things can go wrong for a variety of reasons. The first and simpler problem is the module system: for a script to run, all of the modules it uses must be installed. For Python-savvy users, installing them is not a problem. But for a software vendor […]

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