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answered 'import module' vs. 'from module import function'
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comment What makes Erlang suitable for cloud applications?
This answer (as of the writing of this comment) says cloud is undefined yet the openstack cloud is mentioned in the question and a link is provided. The answer is providing an editorial comment on cloud in general and cloud security, not answering the question about erlang.
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comment scons and python unit tests best practices
Have you looked at jenkins? See packages.python.org/python-jenkins and alexconrad.org/2011/10/jenkins-and-python.html
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comment What makes Erlang suitable for cloud applications?
I edited question to hopefully make it better and remove the 'marketing' concern. My issue is selecting the best tool for the job. I'm a rookie at stackexchange so don't quite have the hang of it.
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comment What makes Erlang suitable for cloud applications?
I thought saying openstack cloud would be enough of a definition of what we are implementing on. See openstack.org. Or are you requesting more info on the project? It's security tooling for our corporation. We currently run many hundreds of dedicated servers for security tools and are moving them to our corporations instantiation of openstack.
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