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  • 1. Google App Engine
    Badrinath KulkarniMember, GTUG Bangalore
  • 2. Cloud Computing
  • 3. Cloud Computing…
  • 4. What is GAE ?
    • Infrastructure to run your web apps.
    • 5. Manages life cycle of the app.
    • 6. Deploy at www.{appid}.appspot.com
    • 7. Can map to your domain via Google apps.
  • Goals of GAE
    - Easy to build
    - Easy to maintain
    - Easy to scale
  • 8. GAE Services
    More Under Development …
  • 9. GAE Environments
  • 10. Python Runtime
    • Python version 2.5.2
    • 11. Python 3 is being considered for a future release.
    • 12. Extensions written in the C language are not supported.
  • Java Runtime
    • Supports Java 5 or 6
    • 13. App interacts via the Java Servlet standard,
    • 14. Can use other JVM compatible languages.- JavaScript, Ruby, or Scala.
    • 15. Very well integrated with eclipse.
    - Google Plug-in for Eclipse
  • 16. Google Plug-in For Eclipse
  • 17. Development View
  • 18. Go Runtime
    •  Go release r58.1.
    • 19. Supports 3rd party libraries written in GO.
    • 20. Experimental release.
  • Dashboard
  • 21. Quotas
    • FixedSet by App engine. Defines boundaries of architecture.
    • 22. BillableMax resources set by App AdminCan set daily budget & adjust quota allocations
  • Thank You!
    Read more
    http://code.google.com/appengine/
    @iBadrinath