Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Another great year for App Engine at Google I/O

App Engine engineers talk to developers in the cloud platform sandbox at Google I/O
The dust has settled on another fantastic Google I/O. The skydiving demos and delicious jelly beans were great, but we had the most fun talking to developers and hearing about their experiences using Google’s technology. Here are the highlights of the App Engine talks from this year.


We’ll be taking a short break from our regularly scheduled release cycle in July, but we’ll get back on our usual drumbeat of monthly releases in August.


- Posted by the Google App Engine Team

5 comments:

Sri said...

Could someone put up the video for optimizing app engine applications.

Mihai said...

can someone fix google app engine ? Our java apps are constantly going offline for hours ( stop responding and finally throw 500 internal error ) . At least open source the core platform layer so we can fix the issues by ourselves. It really doesn't make sense to add new features if you can't maintain a stable, production ready set of features.

Peter Knego said...

@Mihai
It works perfectly for us, serving 5-10M requests per day. You must be doing something wrong.

Mihai said...

I'm wondering why it works just fine for several days and suddenly it stops working / responding properly even if we are not changing any config or nor add new data. I think it's a platform issue as known as DeadlineExceededException.
Just googleing it I see I'm not the only one.
Here is the log http://pastebin.com/eZN0vaVT
btw : what kind of framework/technology stack are you using (i.e. spring MVC ) ?

techtutshub.com said...

It works perfectly for us, serving 5-10M requests per day. You must be doing something wrong.Thanks