A Python-based Platform for Easy Development and Deployment of Networked Systems and Applications
Presented by Ivan Beschastnikh, Justin Samuel, and Justin Cappos
Seattle is an open-source platform for developing and deploying networked applications. Core feature of Seattle is that it allows safe execution of untrusted code on end-user systems. In our talk we look at how we used Python to build a safe, restricted code execution environment for Seattle that not only provides execution safety but also enforces strict resource consumption limits. In addition, Seattle includes a high-level API to hide inconsistent OS-specific behaviors from developers. What results is a platform that welcomes the participation of end-user machines for general-purpose distributed programming and creates new possibilities for developers.
[VIDEO HAS ISSUES: Beginning of talk missing, due to technical problems.]