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Tarantool connection driver for work with asyncio

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Connector required tarantool version 1.6:

$ pip install aiotarantool

Try it example:

import asyncio
import aiotarantool

cnt = 0

async def insert_job(tnt):
    global cnt

    for it in range(2500):
        cnt += 1
        r = await tnt.insert("tester", (cnt, cnt))

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()

tnt = aiotarantool.connect("127.0.0.1", 3301)
tasks = [loop.create_task(insert_job(tnt))
         for _ in range(40)]

loop.run_until_complete(asyncio.wait(tasks))
loop.run_until_complete(tnt.close())
loop.close()

Under this scheme the aiotarantool driver makes a smaller number of read/write tarantool socket.

See benchmark results time for insert/select/delete 100K tuples on 1.5KBytes:

call tarantool aiotarantool
insert 35.938047 12.701088
select 24.389748 12.746204
delete 35.224515 13.905095

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