python equivalent of java technologies

Tim Hoffman zutesmog at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 11:53:56 CET 2009


Oops ,

for RIA there is always pyjamas (gwt for python ;-)

T

On Mar 19, 7:52 pm, Tim Hoffman <zutes... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> Well zope has quite a few of these out of the box and have been around
> for a bit longer than some of the java options.
>
> Specifically persistence (ZODB persistence in zope is pretty much
> completely autmomatic)
> you can inplement web services with it (xmlrpc out of the box, though
> I assume you mean soap)
> zope encompasses security/ and authentication and can easily be
> integrated with a range of single signon environments.
> there are a range of scheduling services in to, but which is most like
> quartz I am not sure about.
> zope does support distributed transactions, but I not XA , but is
> ACID.
>
> In general there are a heap of interfaces for python do different
> message queues/buses, take you pick of you favourite platform.
>
> Not sure about reporting that is equivalent to jasper.
>
> T
>
> On Mar 19, 3:14 am, markolopa <marko.lopa... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hello,
>
> > When comparing python and java with a colleague who is fan of java,
> > she challenged me to find in python the equivalent to the following
> > technologies. Could you please help telling if we have something
> > equivalent in python or not and how they compare to the java
> > solutions?
>
> > - persistance framework  (~hibernate)
> > - transational monitor (distributed transaction), XA compliance
> > (message system, DB) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X/Open_XA)
> > - web openess sur le web (web service)
> > - RIA and web deployable graphic library
> > - scheduling (quartz)
> > - secutity (PKI, single sign-on...)
> > - reporting (Jasper)
>
> > Thanks a lot!
> > Marko
>
>




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