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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has quietly flicked the iteration counter on its Chalice Python serverless development framework to 0.4 and 0.5. First offered in July, Chalice still counts as a developer preview while Amazon rounds out its feature set. Today's additions are local testing; and multifile application support. So devs …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    os.system calls?

    I always wondered if you run an os.system call on something serverless, is it giving you windows or linux flavour? I'm assuming it's the standard ec2 instance at it's base, so linux?

    1. AceRimmer

      Re: os.system calls?

      Its the cloud! Why would you need to make OS calls?

      If you need to save anything you would use an S3 bucket or your own EC2 instance which you have spun up for that purpose (albeit defeating the purpose of serverless architecture)

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