Zappa serves Python Web apps, minus the servers
Zappa, a framework for running “server-less” Python Web applications, will deploy scalable applications to the cloud with one command.
Detailed by Rich Jones of freelance developer service gun.io, Zappa, named for the late musician, uses the AWS Lambda compute service and Amazon’s API gateway service. Applications can be deployed for a fraction of the expense that comes with using a traditional Web server, Jones said in a blog post announcing the service this week. The first major client library for the framework is django-zappa, for deploying Django applications on AWS Lambda with the gateway.
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