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And all of this can have a startling impact on your approach toward concurrency, especially where shared resources are concerned. When all of your application s work and resources are present within a single address space containing dozens of Python packages and libraries, then it can seem like semaphores, locks, and shared data structures despite all of the problems inherent in using them correctly are the natural mechanisms for cooperation. But message services offer a different model: that of small, autonomous services attached to a common queue, that let the queue take care of getting information namely, messages safely back and forth between dozens of different processes. Suddenly, you will find yourself writing Python components that begin to take on the pleasant concurrent semantics of Erlang function calls: they will accept a request, use their carefully husbanded resources to generate a response, and never once explicitly touch a shared data structure. The message queue will not only take care of shuttling data back and forth, but by letting client procedures that have sent requests wait on server procedures that are generating results, the message queue also provides a well-defined synchrony with which your processes can coordinate their activity. If you are not yet ready to try external message queues, be sure to at least look very closely at the Python Standard Library when writing concurrent programs, paying close attention to the queue module and also to the between-process Queue that is offered by the multiprocessing library. Within the confines of a single machine, these mechanisms can get you started on writing application components as scalable producers and consumers. Finally, if you are writing a large application that is sending huge amounts of data in one direction using the pipeline pattern, then you might also want to check out this resource: http://wiki.python.org/moin/FlowBasedProgramming. It will point you toward resources related to Python and flow-based programming, which steps back from the idea of messages to the more general idea of information flowing downstream from an origin, through various processing steps, and finally to a destination that saves or displays the result. This can be a very natural way to express various scientific computations, as well as massively datadriven tasks like searching web server log files for various patterns. Some flow-based systems even support the use of a graphical interface, which can let scientists and other researchers who might be unfamiliar with programming build quite sophisticated data processing stacks. One final note: do not let the recent popularity of message queues mislead you into thinking that the messaging pattern itself is a recent phenomenon! It is not. Message queues are merely the formalization of an ages-old architecture that would originally have involved piles of punch cards waiting for processing, and that in more recent incarnations included things like incoming FTP folders full of files that were submitted for processing. The modern libraries are simply a useful and general implementation of a very old wheel that has been re-invented countless times.
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Traditionally, if you wanted to distribute a large task across several racks of machine-room servers, then you faced two quite different problems. First, of course, you had to write code that could be assigned a small part of the problem and solve it, and then write code that could assemble the various answers from each node back into one big answer to the original question. But, finally, you would also have wound up writing a lot of code that had little to do with your problem at all: the scripts that would push your code out to all of the servers in the cluster, then run it, and then finally collect the data back together using the network or a shared file system. The idea of a map-reduce system is to eliminate that last step in distributing a large computation, and to offer a framework that will distribute data and execute code without your having to worry about the underlying distribution mechanisms. Most frameworks also implement precautions that are often not present in homemade parallel computations, like the ability to seamlessly re-submit tasks to other nodes if some of the cluster servers fail during a particular computation. In fact, some map-reduce frameworks will happily let you unplug and reboot machines for routine maintenance even while the
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