Remotely is a simple and secure remote code execution api
Remotely is a simple and secure remote code execution api that supports both asynchronous and blocking execution.
Remotely can be used for:
- distributing tasks to other boxes in parallel
- running coding under other versions of python
- accessing libraries not available on the current box such as using win32com from linux
- accessing resources (files etc) on another box
You start the remotely server on the box where you want to execute code.
from remotely import create_remotely_server server = create_remotely_server("YOUR_API_KEY", PORT) server.serve_forever() ...
And you use the remotely decorater for any function you want to run remotely.
from remotely import remotely @remotely("YOUR_API_KEY", SERVER, PORT) def remote_code(): # import required packages # do something here return result # function will be executed on the remote server remote_code()
The asynchronous (non-blocking) version runs the function as a separate process on the remote server and supports simple job management functions (join and kill).
from remotely import RemoteClient rc = RemoteClient("API_KEY", SERVER, PORT) pid = rc.run(foo, arg1, arg2=key2) output = rc.join(pid) output = rc.kill(pid)
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