This session introduces a new and highly-requested language for Google App Engine. The new runtime allows developers to take advantage of App Engine’s powerful scaling, services, durability, and ease of use, while leveraging familiar and powerful frameworks to build applications.
Learn how go from zero lines of code to a simple Google Cloud Endpoints API targeting the Python runtime of the Google App Engine. The videos discuss writing your own ProtoRPC message classes, creating API methods and wrap up by adding OAuth 2.0 authentication.
The App Engine Python 2.7 runtime is more than a simple upgrade to the Python 2.5 runtime: it has fewer restrictions, introduces some popular third-party libraries and allows for concurrent requests. The session will explain how to get the most out of these new capabilities.
This presentation introduces Cloud Computing, IaaS/PaaS, comparing the Java support provided by Google App Engine, Amazon Beanstalk, VMware Cloud Foundry and CloudBees.
This blog post provides information on how to use the Google Cloud SQL database on Google App Engine. Google Cloud SQL is web service that allows you to create, configure and use relational databases with Google App Engine applications. It is a fully-managed service that maintains, manages and administers your …
With the cloud you can now run services that previously couldn’t run on or be accessible from a typical desktop machine. The ability to harness cloud services and infrastructure within apps adds huge value for your users. One of the easiest ways to add the power of the cloud to …
In this video Google’s CIO and engineers talk about what they’ve built and learn the tips, techniques and software design patterns that you can use to build applications on Google App Engine.
This video walks through building a fantastic Cloud Android application. A complete set of Eclipse-based Java development tools exist to build Android applications that are backed by Google App Engine.
WebORB for the Cloud provides a universal connectivity between all major client-side environments and services hosted in the cloud. This four-parts video is focused primarily on WebORB for .NET and Microsoft Azure, with a brief overview of WebORB for Java and Google App Engine.
The former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey discusses his new endeavor, CloudBees, and argues that a complete set of tools for the application life cycle in the cloud is necessary to maximizing this new computing model and besting Google App Engine in the PaaS space.