GSP East 2008: Google Open Social + App Engine

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Google is involved with many efforts to make the social web more real, more useful, and more open. This session is an overview of Google’s new App Engine platform and explains how to use AppEngine to power OpenSocial applications.

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GSP East 2008: Google Open Social + App Engine

  1. OpenSocial and Google App Engine Technical Overview
  2. Paul McDonald Product Manager, Google App Engine pmcdonald@google.com
  3. Google App Engine
  4. We run web applications We handle the entire lifecycle of an app Apps are run on Google infrastructure
  5. 1. Scalable Serving Infrastructure 2. Python Runtime 3. Software Development Kit 4. Web based Admin Console 5. Datastore
  6. Authenticate with Google Accounts Memcache Send E-Mail Transform Images
  7. Billing and Expected Pricing Free Quota Price 500 MB Storage FREE 5 Million Pageviews per Month FREE Additional Resources Price CPU ($ / core-hour) $0.09 - $0.12 Storage ($ / GB-month) $0.15 - $0.18 Bandwidth - Outgoing ($ / GB transferred) $0.10 - $0.14 Bandwidth - Incoming ($ / GB transferred) $0.10 - $0.12
  8. Patrick Chanezon OpenSocial API Evangelist chanezon@google.com
  9. Cloud Computing
  10. Google App Engine quot;We will encourage you to develop the three great virtues of a programmer: laziness, impatience, and hubris .” Larry Wall, Programming Perl (1st edition), Oreilly And Associates Works for Python programmers too:-) Larry and Guido (Credits Tim Bray http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)
  11. Google App Engine for OpenSocial Social App’s main issue: when viral growth kicks in, how do you scale your app? OpenSocial persistence API limited in volume and capability Create an App Engine app as your backend makeRequest() to call back your server, can be signed Lane Liabraaten’s article about how to do that http://code.google.com/apis/opensocial/articles/appengine.html
  12. Questions

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