Matthias Van Den Eede

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AppScale - The Google App Engine Alternative

Google App Engine

Google App Engine (GAE) is the most popular Platform as a Service in the world. With six million active applications hosted on Google’s servers the evidence is compelling. Why is it so popular? Google provided the education and the course materials which makes it easy for developers to learn. The API driven model gives developers the opportunity to quickly create web and mobile applications and then iterate on those applications. It is brilliant. It allows for the creation of quick MVP’s (minimum viable product’s) which accelerates time to market. Another big advantage of GAE is that it scales automatically. Therefore you don’t need to worry about scaling when your application becomes a big hit.

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AppScale Spans The Globe

When we say that you can run your Google App Engine anywhere, we do mean anywhere! AppScale has partnered with the biggest Public Cloud Providers, making it possible to run your GAE application worldwide.

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Cloud Portability

Cloud portability is a hot topic at the moment. The ability to move your application from one environment to another with a minimum of effort and changing code prevents application lock-in, and that is good.  

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How to Rescue Your Apps with the Help of AppScale

We're excited to have Chandra Krintz, Founder and Chief Science Officer at AppScale, interviewed on Microsoft's DevRadio.

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New Beginnings at AppScale

 All good things come to an end. But then again, every end is a new beginning….” This is how I ended my last blog post. Two weeks later and I already found my ‘new beginning’. I am happy to say that I will go back to Santa Barbara and work for AppScale.

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Interning at AppScale - All good things come to an end

All good things come to an end... As my internship is coming to an end, my time in Santa Barbara is almost done here. Luckily, the last month was as exciting as the previous months. I had some fun projects to work on and had the opportunity to meet some exciting people.

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Interning at AppScale

The journey continues

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”- Benjamin Franklin.

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From Ghent to Santa Barbara: Interning at AppScale

How does a student of International Business Management from Belgium end up in one of the most beautiful cities of the world- Santa Barbara, California?

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