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Google App Engine Introduction

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An introduction of Google App Engine

An introduction of Google App Engine

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  • 1. The Wonderful PaaS GAE Introduction MiCloud Compute Engine Cloud Storage BigQuery Cloud Datastore CloudSQL App Engine
  • 2. News...
  • 3. Japan NIED earthquake
  • 4. NIED Architecture
  • 5. The Important things ● Scalability ○ as it gets spike of traffic at the event of earthquake ● Reliability ○ it's useless if it does not work at the time of disaster ● Cost efficiency ○ it's too expensive to prepare for enough hardware resource that can handle the peak traffic. they would be idle for the most of the time
  • 6. The important components What we don’t mentioned... ● Queue Reverse Proxy / System AP Server ● Load Balancer Cron Job ● Memcache ● Frontend Cache ● Version control ● Remote Backup Developers DBAs Operators Database / File Server
  • 7. Your Solution?
  • 8. You NEED…. Google App Engine It's not just a hosting service: App Engine empowers you to design your app in the Googley way!
  • 9. The Right Solution! The Right Focus!
  • 10. GAE Design Goal - Significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership ● ● ● ● Economy of scale Easy to develop and deploy Free to start - no initial cost Lower operational cost ○ no security patches, upgrades, etc. ○ 24x7 operation by Google SREs
  • 11. GAE Provides ● Portable and fine-grained app design ○ ○ fast request handling to optimize server resource utilization independent to each physical server ● Non-relational data model by Datastore/Bigtable ○ sharding, denormalization… ● RDBMS connect to Cloud SQL ○ auto backup, snapshot, global sync ● Strong storage service ○ global deploy, api access, bigquery integrate ● More fast temp store and cache ○ ○ Memcache service GAE frontend & static cache ● Developer Assistance ○ Cloud Management Console ○ Integrated development environment
  • 12. GAE Architecture
  • 13. GAE Future ● ● ● ● Speed enhance Global deployment - more zone support More Google services integrate More develop language support
  • 14. Google Partner with MiCloud
  • 15. MiCloud Advantage ● Technical Support ○ architecture design, service deployment… ● Training Support ○ technical training, skill transfer… ● Local IaaS Cloud provider ○ distributed deploy, efficient deploy, economy deploy… ● S.I. experiences ○ more domain & local hook ○ more idea and innovation
  • 16. Google - MiCloud Hybrid Cloud Web Services SQL Service (GAE) (Cloud SQL) BigQuery Support Ready Dynamic Resources Google Cloud SQL Gateway (SSL) Customized Service with Scale Support AP Servers AP Servers (MiCloud DC1) (MiCloud DC2) HSM Service
  • 17. Q&A
  • 18. Quota Management
  • 19. Frontend cache benefits
  • 20. Pending Latency & Idle Instance
  • 21. How frontend cache do...
  • 22. GAE Architecture (2009)
  • 23. GAE Integration of Smart-Traveler
  • 24. Google App Engine vs. JavaEE Google App Engine: ● ● ● ● ● Servlets 2.4, JSP 2.0 Partial support of JDO & JPA for the Datastore JavaMail for... mail JAXB DOM, SAX, and XSLT for XML processing APIs Java EE: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) JAX-RPC JAX-WS Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Java EE™ Connector Architecture (JCA) Java Management Extensions (JMX) Java Message Service (JMS) Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) Remote Method Invocation (RMI)