New feature alert!

As a spiritual descendant of our NoDB project, I've written a new server-less database engine for Django: s3sqlite.

It's a thin wrapper around the normal Django SQLite database engine, but it automatically syncs the DB file with S3.

Obviously, this will cause problems for high-write applications, but for high-read applications without concurrent writes, it scales very well, it's trivial to set up, and it's orders of magnitudes cheaper that AWS RDS.

To use it, first install zappa-django-utils via pip:

$ pip install zappa-django-utils

Add to your installed apps:

INSTALLED_APPS += ('zappa_django_utils',)

Then, in your Django project's file, add the following:

And.. that's it!

This is a pretty quick hack, but I have some ideas about ways that can significantly improve this that I hope to implement in the not-too-distant future, so stay tuned for that.



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