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Asyncdynamo: Amazon DynamoDB Async Python Library by Bitly

Bitly’s new asynchronous Amazon DynamoDB Python client:

Asyncdynamo requires Boto and Tornado to be installed, and must be run with Python 2.7. It replaces Boto’s synchronous calls to Dynamo and to Amazon STS (to retrieve session tokens) with non-blocking Tornado calls. For the end user its interface seeks to mimic that of Boto Layer1, with each method now requiring an additional callback parameter.

Available on GitHub.

Original title and link: Asyncdynamo: Amazon DynamoDB Async Python Library by Bitly (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://word.bitly.com/post/18861837158/introducing-asyncdynamo