Just out a few hours back – The Google App Engine – it’s a preview release, and I was late in getting to this news and missed out on the initial invites – but have added myself to the invite queue.
PHP devs may curse Google on this since Python is only supported language out here in Google App Engine territory.
Google App Engine gives you access to the same building blocks that Google uses for its own applications, making it easier to build an application that runs reliably, even under heavy load and with large amounts of data. The development environment includes the following features:
- Dynamic webserving, with full support of common web technologies
- Persistent storage (powered by Bigtable and GFS with queries, sorting, and transactions)
- Automatic scaling and load balancing
- Google APIs for authenticating users and sending email
- Fully featured local development environment
Google App Engine packages these building blocks and takes care of the infrastructure stack, leaving you more time to focus on writing code and improving your application.
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