Outside the Python ecosystem, programming languages such as R, C, Java, and Fortran are fairly popular. In this chapter, we will delve into the particulars of exchanging information with these environments.
Cloud computing aims to deliver computing power as a utility over the Internet. This means that we don't need to have a lot of powerful hardware locally. Instead, we pay as we go—depending on our current needs. We will also talk about how to get our Python code in the Cloud. This is a rapidly evolving industry in a fast-paced world. We have many options available, of which we will cover Google App Engine and PythonAnywhere. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is deliberately