Hybrid cloud apps on Google and on-prem, with AppScale and Nutanix

TL;DR: AppScale runs on Nutanix with no changes, offering another option for App Engine apps to run on-prem (check out the video below!).

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AppScale 3.4 Provides Production-ready Dev Environment with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial)

With the latest AppScale release (3.4), we will default all new deployments and installation to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial). Published AppScale images are based on Long Term Support images to ensure stability and easy upgradability. Our choice

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AppScalefile: Simply Better

Simply better. Starting  with the release of AppScale 3.4, the syntax of AppScalefile - the definition of an AppScale deployment - will change. (Further changes may be introduced in a future release.) For the timebeing,

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Capacity Planning: Auto-Scaling for Large Loads

 In AppScale, we call each App Engine application instance an AppServer. It’s the unit we use to scale the application. Applications need at least one AppServer running to serve requests. Adding more AppServers increases application performance and redundancy.

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The Multicloud Solution

When Google made App Engine available to the public in 2008, it was an immediate success. Developers and innovators loved the ability to quickly create web and mobile applications.  This ease of use made Google App Engine (GAE) popular with start-up innovators and agile enterprises. There are many benefits to using GAE including the auto-scaling of applications and services, and the no-ops experience it provides.

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Adventures in Azure Land

 AppScale 3.1 saw the introduction of the Azure agent in a beta capability. AppScale 3.2 brings a new and improved Azure agent which graduates to production ready our support of Azure. One of the main changes, was the introduction of Scale Sets in the agent code.

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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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AppScale Business Ready FAQ

AppScale Business Ready FAQ is a list of the best questions and answers to help you understand what AppScale is all about and how we can help your business focus on what you do best.  If you have any questions not answered here, please reach out, and we'll be sure to get you the answers you need. If you are looking for more technical answers about our product or AppScale Tools, check out our Technical FAQ.

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