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Avoid Platform Lock-in: Build Applications Once for Google and AWS Clouds

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Public cloud platforms continue to differentiate themselves by offering unique capabilities. While this presents a world of choices for developers, it ultimately locks applications to the platform on ...

Public cloud platforms continue to differentiate themselves by offering unique capabilities. While this presents a world of choices for developers, it ultimately locks applications to the platform on which it was originally built.

To avoid lock-in and reduce the potentially high costs of migrating an application, businesses have generally attempted to use only the most basic cloud features. What if you could build applications using the cloud capabilities that best suit the application, without the lock-in and without the cost of migrating?

Watch the webinar where we describe how open source enables the first "portable choice'' environment that enables application developers to build and test their application and choose the appropriate cloud environment to run without modification.

We will introduce two key components from AppScale and Eucalyptus that bring the power of Google's cloud platform and the AWS APIs to developers for private and hybrid cloud development.

View the video to learn how to:

- Easily deploy this combined environment in your own data center in less than a day
- Move your Google App Engine app between Google, Amazon, and Eucalyptus clouds, and
- Swap out components of your app's ecosystem without rewriting your code

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