Google App Engine offers a full-stack, hosted, automatically scalable web application platform. The service allows developers to build applications in Python, Java (including other JVM based languages such as JRuby) which can then use other Google services such as the Datastore (built on BigTable) and XMPP. The service allows developers to create complete web application that run entirely on Google's computing infrastructure and scale automatically as the application's load changes over time. Google also provides an SDK for local development and site monitoring tools for measuring traffic and machine usage.
The Google App Engine service is free up to a certain usage level, after which customers may be charged for incremental usage.
CrunchBase has its own App Engine tester application on appengine.crunchbase.com.
|Apr 4, 2016||9to5Google - Google announces new faster API for Google Cloud Datastore|
|Dec 9, 2015||AdExchanger - Brands And Agencies Support TAG's Anti-Piracy Initiative; Instagram Advertising Optimism|
|Jul 23, 2015||ZD Net - Cloud analytics: What's driving growth?|
|Jul 21, 2015||Venture Beat - Cloud platform company Apprenda takes $24M|
|Jul 15, 2015||The Tech Portal - Google Releases Cloud Console App for iOS And Android To Help Admins Manage Their Cloud Servers On The Go|
|Jul 8, 2015||Venture Beat - Google App Engine for the Go programming language is finally out of beta after 4 years|
|Jul 5, 2015||eWeek - Google Launches Mobile App for Managing Cloud Resources|
|Jul 1, 2015||TechCrunch - Google Launches iOS And Android Apps To Help Developers Manage Their Cloud Platform Resources On The Go|