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Google app engine & its Benefits

  1. 1. Google Apps & App Engine
  2. 2.  World’s top IT & Web companiesApple, 1. GoogleIBM, 2. FacebookMicrosoft, 3. Youtube 4. YahooGoogle, 5. BaiduOracle, 6. Wikipedia. 7. LiveIntel, 8. TwitterQualcomm, 9. Qq 10. AmazonCisco, 11. BlogspotAmazon , 12. LinkedinEMC
  3. 3. Top 10 Sites of India Hall of FameS.N Site Name Category Search1. Engine2. Facebook Social Media Videos3. Sharing Search4. Engine5. Reference Search6. Engine7. Railways8. Jobs9. Ecommerce10. Mapping As on 12/06/2012
  4. 4. India…. How is it Currently…..????
  5. 5. Opportunities….. Unlocked !!!
  6. 6. Young India…. Mystical India …
  7. 7.  Shifts in the Digital AgeInternet offers new opportunities for creating value andbuilding relationships.The digital age has changed consumers’ ideas of•convenience,•speed,•price,•product information, and•service.Companies need to retain old skills and practices but addnew competencies.
  8. 8. Listening to changing consumer behaviorbefore and it may just have thevision,consumer insight,resources,and reputation neededto complete the push into the living room
  9. 9. What Is Google Apps?
  10. 10. Thinking about Google Apps?
  11. 11. Objective• Be able to implement Google Apps in meaningful ways in your classrooms to increase efficiency, collaboration and engagement
  12. 12. Google Apps vs. Google Blogger Google Reader Custom Search Alerts Google Maps Picasa Google Books Knol Google Squared Google Translate
  13. 13. Google Apps: tools for todays user Gmail Huge inbox with search: keep and find everything. Talk Business class IM and VC as easy as email. Groups Let users easily create and work in teams. Calendar Make sharing calendars and schedules easy. Docs Makes collaborating as easy as creating Sites Allow users to manage their own sites. Video Unlock the power of video within your business. Postini Security and compliance solutions.
  14. 14. Google Apps Premier Edition Solution providers: consider replacing this slide with your own rate sheet $50 / user / year 1 year archive + $13 10 year archive + $33
  15. 15. Google DocsWord Processing, Spreadsheets, Presentations Google Confidential and Proprietary
  16. 16. #1: Collaborative Lesson Planning Work on the same lesson plan at the same time with a colleague using Google Docs.Beginner Application
  17. 17. #2: Staff/Grade Level Meeting Notes Take your staff meeting notes in Google Docs. Share with the rest of the staff. Picture by K.W. BarrettBeginner Application
  18. 18. #3: Shared Lesson Repository Store your lesson plans in your schools shared Doc list so that anyone at your school can find and access them. Create a folder for your grade level to share resources.Beginner Application
  19. 19. #4: Improve the Writing Process Use Google Docs to: • Have students work collaboratively from anywhere • Give students ongoing and simultaneous feedback • Use revision history to hold students accountable for their work • Publish student workIntermediate Application Beginner Application
  20. 20. #5: Reading Response Journals Instead of lugging home 30 reading response journals every week to comment on, have students keep their journals in a shared Google Doc. You can give your comments while students continue to write in their journals!Intermediate Application Beginner Application
  21. 21. #6. Translate Letters Home for Parents Translate letters home to parents by using the translate feature in Google Docs.
  22. 22. Google Apps for your domain
  23. 23. Student and Faculty Dashboard
  24. 24. Administrative Control of Google Apps
  25. 25. Managing Services
  26. 26. Main Google Page - I
  27. 27. Main Google Page - II
  28. 28. Managing Google Groups
  29. 29. Google App : Advance tools - I
  30. 30. Google App : Advance tools - II
  31. 31. Google App : Calender Setting
  32. 32. Google App : Chat Setting
  33. 33. Google App : Contacts Setting
  34. 34. Google App : Drive & Docs Settings
  35. 35. Google App : Email Settings
  36. 36. Google App : Calender SettingsGoogle Groups for business Setting
  37. 37. Google App : Settings Settings Mobile Calender
  38. 38. Google App : Sites Settings
  39. 39. Google App : Start Page Settings
  40. 40. Google App : Video Settings
  41. 41. Student and Teacher Dashboard
  42. 42. Administrative Control of Google Apps
  43. 43. Managing Services
  44. 44. Main Google Page
  45. 45. Googles enterprise vision
  46. 46. Lets go shopping for software
  47. 47. Getting started with Google Apps
  48. 48. Sharing and Collaboration Keep your work private. Collaborate with friends. Publish for the World.
  49. 49. Google Documents upload, create and share• Upload your documents, power points and spreadsheets o Share access with other Google members o Download as .pdf, .html or publish for all to see• Create a new document, presentation or spreadsheet o Using Google Doc Templates• Online participation in presentations Printing documents is so
  50. 50.  What Is Google App Engine?  Google App Engine lets you run web applications on Googles infrastructure.  App Engine applications are easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic and data storage needs grow.  With App Engine, there are no servers to maintain: You just upload your application, and its ready to serve your users.  Google App Engine supports apps written in several programming languages.  With App Engines Java runtime environment, you can build your app using standard Java technologies, including the JVM, Java servlets, and the Java programming language.  App Engine costs nothing to get started. All applications can use up to 1 GB of storage,bandwidth to support an efficient app serving around 5 million page views a month, absolutely free.
  51. 51.  Application Environment Google App Engine makes it easy to build an application that runs reliably, even under heavy load and with large amounts of data. App Engine includes the following features:  Dynamic Web Serving, With Full Support For Common Web Technologies  Persistent Storage With Queries, Sorting And Transactions  Automatic Scaling And Load Balancing  Apis For Authenticating Users And Sending Email Using Google Accounts  Scheduled Tasks For Triggering Events At Specified Times And Regular Intervals.
  52. 52. The Sandbox Applications run in a secure environment that provides limited access to the underlying operating system. These limitations allow App Engine to distribute web requests for the application across multiple servers, and start and stop servers to meet traffic demands.  An application can only access other computers on the Internet through the provided URL fetch and email services. Other computers can only connect to the application by making HTTP (or HTTPS) requests on the standard ports.  Application code only runs in response to a web request, a queued task, or a scheduled task, and must return response data within 60 seconds in any case. A request handler cannot spawn a sub-process or execute code after the response has been sent.
  53. 53. The Go Runtime Environment  App Engines Go runtime environment provides a convenient way to implement and deploy web applications written in the Go Programming Language.  The Go runtime environment runs the latest version of Go 1. The SDK includes the Go compiler and standard library, so it has no additional dependencies. As with the Java and Python environments, not all the standard librarys functionality is available inside the sandbox. For example, attempts to open a socket or write to a file will return an os.EINVAL error.  The SDK includes an automated build service to compile your app, so youll never need to invoke the compiler yourself. And—as with the Python SDK—your app will be automatically re-built whenever you change the source. This keeps you productive by making the edit-compile-run cycle refreshingly short.
  54. 54. The Java Runtime Environment  You can develop your application for the Java runtime environment using common Java web development tools and API standards. Your app interacts with the environment using the Java Servlet standard, and can use common web application technologies such as Java Server Pages (JSPs).  The Java runtime environment uses Java 6. The App Engine Java SDK supports developing apps using either Java 5 or 6.  The environment includes the Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 platform and libraries. The restrictions of the sandbox environment are implemented in the JVM. An app can use any JVM bytecode or library feature, as long as it does not exceed the sandbox restrictions. For instance, bytecode that attempts to open a socket or write to a file will throw a runtime exception.
  55. 55. The Python Runtime Environment  The primary Python runtime environment uses Python version 2.7.2. You can also choose the older Python 2.5.2 runtime.  The Python environment includes the Python standard library. Of course, not all of the librarys features can run in the sandbox environment.  Application code written for the Python environment must be written exclusively in Python. Extensions written in the C language are not supported.  The Python environment provides rich Python APIs for the data store, Google Accounts, URL fetch, and email services. App Engine also provides a simple Python web application framework called webapp2 to make it easy to start building applications.
  56. 56. Storing Your Data  The App Engine environment provides a range of options for storing your data:  App Engine Data store provides a NoSQL schemaless object data store, with a query engine and atomic transactions.  Google Cloud SQL provides a relational SQL database service for your App Engine application, based on the familiar MySQL RDBMS.  Google Cloud Storage provides a storage service for objects and files up to terabytes in size, accessible from Python and Java applications.
  57. 57. Google Accounts  App Engine supports integrating an app with Google Accounts for user authentication. Your application can allow a user to sign in with a Google account, and access the email address and displayable name associated with the account.  Using Google Accounts lets the user start using your application faster, because the user may not need to create a new account. It also saves you the effort of implementing a user account system just for your application.  If your application is running under Google Apps, it can use the same features with members of your organization and Google Apps accounts.  The Users API can also tell the application whether the current user is a registered administrator for the application. This makes it easy to implement admin-only areas of your site.
  58. 58. App Engine Services URL Fetch Mail Memcache Image Manipulation
  59. 59. Scheduled Tasks and Task Queues  An application can perform tasks outside of responding to web requests. Your application can perform these tasks on a schedule that you configure, such as on a daily or hourly basis. Or, the application can perform tasks added to a queue by the application itself, such as a background task created while handling a request.  Scheduled tasks are also known as "cron jobs," handled by the Cron service. For more information on using the Cron service, see the Python or Java cron documentation.  Task queues keep track of tasks to handle in the background. The Python, Java, and Go runtime environments can use task queues. For information about the task queue service, see the Python API documentation, the Java API documentation or the the Go API documentation.
  60. 60. Development Workflow  The App Engine software development kits (SDKs) for Java, Python, and Go each include a web server application that emulates all of the App Engine services on your local computer. Each SDK includes all of the APIs and libraries available on App Engine.  Each SDK also includes a tool to upload your application to App Engine. Once you have created your applications code, static files and configuration files, you run the tool to upload the data. The tool prompts you for your Google account email address and password.  When you build a new major release of an application that is already running on App Engine, you can upload the new release as a new version. The old version will continue to serve users until you switch to the new version. You can test the new version on App Engine while the old version is still running.  The Java SDK runs on any platform with Java 5 or Java 6. The SDK is available as a Zip file.
  61. 61. Quotas and Limits  Not only is creating an App Engine application easy, its free! You can create an account and publish an application that people can use right away at no charge, and with no obligation. An application on a free account can use up to 1 GB of storage and up to 5 million page views a month. When you are ready for more, you can enable billing, set a maximum daily budget, and allocate your budget for each resource according to your needs.  You can register up to 10 applications per developer account.  Each app is allocated resources within limits, or "quotas." A quota determines how much of a given resource an app can use during a calendar day. In the near future, you will be able to adjust some of these quotas by purchasing additional resources.  Attempts to subvert or abuse quotas, such as by operating applications on multiple accounts that work in tandem, are a violation of the Terms of Service, and could result in apps being disabled or accounts being closed.
  62. 62. Lastly….Two big opportunities
  63. 63. R U …. …….Prepared !!!
  64. 64.  We Indians NEED ACTIONS & not Vision...Insights...ForesightsEither we take hold of the FUTURE….. or the future will take hold of us.
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  66. 66. Thank you