AWS everywhere, and I’m not talking about Outposts.

    As we accelerate into the second half of 2019, I wanted to share how our new, innovative product offerings are solving real customer challenges and driving outstanding business outcomes.

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    Announcing Public Availability of AppScale 3.7

    AppScale 3.7.1 is now available on GitHub and as ready-to-use images on all public clouds: check https://www.appscale.com/try-appscale/ for instructions. (We'll have it available in cloud

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    Announcing Public Availability of AppScale 3.6

    AppScale 3.6 has just been released and we are encouraging everyone to upgrade now. Any older release currently running could be susceptible to disruption due to an unexpected security update to

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    Monit Bug Impacting AppScale Deployments

    tl;dr: Due to a recently discovered bug in Monit, you may have encountered issues with running AppScale or applications within AppScale. A workaround is to downgrade Monit and temporarily prevent

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    The Importance of Keeping Up with the Latest Images

    You may have noticed that we recently created 3 point releases of AppScale (latest 3.5.3). In order for you to enjoy uninterrupted operation and successfully start new AppScale deployments, please

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    Using Google Pub/Sub Messaging with AppScale

    In a previous post, we explained how you can host your own version of Google Pub/Sub using an open source emulator. The emulator—provided by Google—implements the Pub/Sub API using Apache Kafka as

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    Emulating Google's Cloud Pub/Sub on Apache Kafka

    In cloud applications composed of micro-services, there are a number of ways to send data between services, but they all have their share of problems. Sending messages directly between two

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    Pulumi — first impressions

    Pulumi, which came out of stealth mode yesterday, is an interesting technology. It allows someone to describe their cloud application stack — on any cloud — using general-purpose programming

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    Deploying Applications Using AppScale

    In our previous post, Getting Started with Google App Engine, we showed how to deploy Java, PHP, and Python applications using Google App Engine. While App Engine is a great platform for quickly

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    Getting Started with Google App Engine

     In 2008, Google introduced App Engine, one of the first serverless computing services. Google App Engine, or GAE for short, lets you deploy applications directly to Google Cloud, bypassing the

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