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Google App Engine

Jason Cooper

Making With Eclipse · Sponsored
Tuesday, 16:45, 50 minutes | Bayshore East

Tags: Java , Web Services
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Google App Engine enables large and small businesses alike to host and run their web-based applications on Google's highly scalable infrastructure -- Google takes care of the maintenance, load balancing, and other server-side management tasks so you can focus on building out the core functionality of your web app.

To make app management even easier, Google also offers an Eclipse plugin which enables developers to create, manage, and deploy their Google App Engine and Google Web Toolkit applications directly from Eclipse.

This presentation will open with an introduction to Google's Eclipse plugin and demonstrate how to create a new servlet-based Java web application and deploy it to the cloud within 30 seconds -- all without leaving Eclipse!

I'll then shift into a deep dive of App Engine, including how it works, how much it costs (hint: free to start!), the various services included (e.g.  memcache, background tasks, and so on), the web frameworks that work out-of-the-box, and more, and there should be plenty of time for questions afterward.

Whether you're just starting to investigate cloud hosting providers or you are a seasoned pro with other SaaS or PaaS solutions, this session is for you.

Jason Cooper works as a Developer Programs Engineer in Google's Developer Relations organization, based out of Google's offices in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the past 3 years, Jason has supported several Google developer products and technologies, including the Google Mashup Editor, orkut's OpenSocial-based application platform, and Google App Engine, helping developers big and small get up and running quickly and work through any implementation issues. In his free cycles, Jason maintains several small open source projects including both the OpenSocial client library for Java and the Google Technology User Groups web site at http://www.gtugs.org.