Google App Engine


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Google App Engine

A cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) from Google. Launched in 2008, Google App Engine provides Tier 1 Internet access to enterprises and developers. It requires applications to be written in Python or Java and also use Google's BigTable non-relational database and GQL query language, which is similar to SQL. Existing applications typically have to be modified to use App Engine. See Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud Platform and cloud computing.
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The next collaboration projects will focus on even broader mobile application support and accessing data in the cloud, as demonstrated today by the ability to deploy a SQL-based Spring application on Google App Engine for Business.
Examples include Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine and Force.
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com, Amazon EC2 (which the online retailer launched way back in 2006), and Google App Engine have made rapid strides in this area.
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In today's business climate, the Google App Engine can be just what the CFO ordered.
A preview release of Google App Engine has been unveiled by Internet search engine company Google, providing an application-hosting tool which can be used by developers to build scalable web apps on top of Google's infrastructure and enabling Google to obtain feedback from developers.
Google Compute Engine and Google App Engine cloud services that let companies and independent developers build and run large software applications is based on internal Google infrastructure.
Former Facebook CTO Bret Taylor and Google App Engine founder Kevin Gibbs are challenging "slow moving" Microsoft with their interactive word processor app with real-time group collaboration.