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
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
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
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
We're excited to have Chandra Krintz, Founder and Chief Science Officer at AppScale, interviewed on Microsoft's DevRadio.
Cold, dark, sounds, movements...focus & execution. Being an avid outdoorsman, I partake in some very fun and challenging recreational activities. One of which is freediving in the cold night
As of our latest 3.1 Release, we now have a quick and simple way of running AppScale on Azure. Check out the following video, where Bruno Terkaly,
Oh the TaskQueue API… You know what it is, you’ve most likely used it at some point; perhaps you’ve based your entire system on it. Now you can take it to
AppScale continues to make App Engine applications portable
If you read our blog, you already know how much we like and value the App Engine model at AppScale.
Google created a great development model with App Engine (GAE), and while it runs on its own infrastructure, it gives access to the best ops: Google’s. Without the need to care about ops, or the