Sunday, January 25

Google App Engine


Abstract :- 

Google App Engine was first released as a beta version in April 2008. It is a platform for developing and hosting web applications in Google-managed data centers. Google’s App Engine opens Google’s production to any person in the world at no charge. Much like Google gives us all free email with an amazing amount of long term storage, we now have the ability to run the software that we write in Google’s data centers.

Google App Engine is cloud computing technology. Google App Engine is software that facilitates the user to run his web applications on Google infrastructure. It is more reliable because failure of any server will not affect either the performance of the end user or the service of the Google.

Introduction

Google App Engine lets you run your web applications on Google's infrastructure. App Engine applications are easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic and data storage needs grow. With App Engine, there are no servers to maintain: You just upload your application, and it's ready to serve your users.

You can serve your app from your own domain name (suc h as http://www.example.com/) using Google Apps. Or, you can serve your app using a free name on the appspot.com domain. You can share your application with the world, or limit access to members of your organization.
Google App Engine supports apps written in several programming languages. With App Engine's Java runtime environment, you can build your app using standard Java technologies, including the JVM, Java servlets, and the Java programming language—or any other language using a JVM-based interpreter or compiler, such as JavaScript or Ruby. App Engine also features a dedicated Python runtime environment, which includes a fast Python interpreter and the Python standard library. The Java and Python runtime environments are built to ensure that your application runs quickly, securely, and without interference from other apps on the system.


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Working Of Google App Engine

Creating an App Engine application is easy, and only takes a few minutes. And it's free to start: upload your app and share it with users right away, at no charge and with no commitment required.

Google App Engine applications can be written in either the Java or Python programming languages. The Steps for how to create an application and deploy on app engine is shown below.

Python Runtime Environment

With App Engine's Python runtime environment, you can implement your app using the Python programming language, and run it on an optimized Python interpreter. App Engine includes rich APIs and tools for Python web application development, including a feature rich data modeling API, an easy-to-use web application framework, and tools for managing and accessing your app's data. You can also take advantage of a wide variety of mature libraries and frameworks for Python web application development, such as Django.

The Python runtime environment uses Python version 2.5.2. Additional support for Python 3 is being considered for a future release. The Python environment includes the Python standard library. Of course, not all of the library's features can run in the sandbox environment. For instance, a call to a method that attempts to open a socket or write to a file will raise an exception. For convenience, several modules in the standard library whose core features are not supported by the runtime environment have been disabled, and code that imports them will raise an error.

Application code written for the Python environment must be written exclusively in Python. Extensions written in the C language are not supported. The Python environment provides rich Python APIs for the data store, Google Accounts, URL fetch, and email services. App Engine also provides a simple Python web application framework called webapp to make it easy to start building applications.

Billing and Budgeting Resources

Each App Engine application can consume a certain level of computing resources for free, controlled by a set of quotas. Developers who want to grow their applications beyond these free quotas can do so by enabling billing for their application and using Google Checkout to set a daily resource budget, which will allow for the purchasing of additional resources if and when they are needed. App Engine will always be free to get started, and after you've enabled billing for your app all usage up to the free quotas will remain free.

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