Google I/O 2010 – ​Run corp apps on App Engine? Yes we do.

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Google I/O 2010 – ​Run corporate applications on Google App Engine? Yes we do. App Engine, Enterprise 201 Ben Fried, Irwin Boutboul, Justin McWilliams, Matthew Simmons Hear Google CIO Ben Fried and his team of engineers describe how Google builds on App Engine. If you’re interested in building corp apps that run on Google’s cloud, this team has been doing exactly that. Learn how these teams have been able to respond more quickly to business needs while reducing operational burden. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com/events/io/2010/sessions.html
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12 Responses to “Google I/O 2010 – ​Run corp apps on App Engine? Yes we do.”

  1. DarkTripYT Says:

    So what happens when you get ddos’d? Do i pay? Do i pay up to the point of notification? Do i pay for traffic that only gets past my local switch?
    Also can i assign processes to fixed servers or do they float around and are their guarantees about inter process times if they “float” apart on a network?

  2. DarkTripYT Says:

    10 minutes nearly before that fat fuck shut up and got to the point
    can you please shorten your videos google

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  5. BitSmacker Says:

    Excellent! I’m just getting started with App Engine and it was awesome to see how it’s being used by its own creators.

    SDC and GAE Cron + Task Queue sound like the key pieces to use on my planned projects, but it hurts my brain to think about purposely denormalizing my data! I’ve worked to hard to normalize it! It’s as though I need to think of App Engine as a data warehouse client, rather than a direct data client.

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  8. hopethisisnottaken45 Says:

    @meelash1 what was the joke? there is no text search in google app engine, code.google.com/p/googleappengine/issues/detail?id=217

  9. meelash1 Says:

    @hopethisisnottaken45 that was the joke dumbass…

  10. beardymonger Says:

    “AppReduce bulit by only 2 engineers”

    LOL, these are 2 _Google_ engineers, i.e. 6 _standard_ engineers 🙂

  11. hopethisisnottaken45 Says:

    WOOOOW, what bull, you had to use google search appliance!!!

    your GOOGLE, add text search to app engine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. mal4ovets Says:

    why is it so quiet. Its with so many google videos. i cant watch it

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