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i'm looking for a framework to build a webserver. This server will be used to manage webservices. huge amount of client may be able to connect to principally set data which will populate a noSQL DB. we work with python and naturally we would like a python framework. i looked at bottle, gevent, twisted and tornado but it's hard to choose.

Some feedbacks or propositions ?

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Can you give more specific criteria for selection? This question, as it stands, is a very vague non-constructive shopping recommendation request. – Martijn Pieters Nov 18 '12 at 11:52
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Flask And Gunicorn are a good fit for this kind of situation, they don't assume anything about your data, so you can use whatever database you want.

Here's how you can use them together.

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i don't understand for example what are differences with twisted which is a network framework – gorjuce Nov 18 '12 at 12:25
Twisted is a bit lower level than flask, it deals with network connections, while Flask is more focused on writing web apps (and services), also check out werkzeug if you want something similar to twisted. – Mahmoud Hossam Nov 18 '12 at 16:09

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