django-resto (REplicated STOrage) provides file storage backends that can store files coming into a Django site on several servers in parallel, using HTTP. HybridStorage and AsyncStorage will store the files locally on the filesystem and remotely, while DistributedStorage will only store them remotely.
This works for files uploaded by users through the admin or through custom Django forms, and also for files created by the application code, provided it uses the standard storage API.
django-resto is useful for sites deployed in a multi-server environment, in order to accept uploaded files and have them available on all media servers for subsequent web requests that could be routed to any machine.
django-resto is released under the BSD license, like Django itself.
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