Developers worry that the applications will not be portable from App Engine and fear being locked into the technology. In response, there are a number of projects to create open-source back-ends for the various proprietary/closed APIs of app engine, especially the datastore.AppScale, CapeDwarf and TyphoonAE are a few of the open source efforts.
Google allows you to add your web application code to the platform while managing the infrastructure for you. The engine ensures that your web apps are secure and running and saves them from malware and threats by enabling the firewall.
Several times, developers have access to the Google App Engine file system only in a limited read-only manner, creating issues. Writing to local files is a hurdle many times. Moreover, performance is affected because one physical server could be playing host to many separate and unrelated app engine users.
As one of today's cloud computing services, Google App Engine does more than provide access to a large system of servers. It also offers you a simple model for building applications that scale automatically to accommodate millions of users. With Programming Google App Engine, you'll get expert practical guidance that will help you make the best use of this powerful platform. Google engineer Dan Sanderson shows you how to design your applications for scalability, including ways to perform common development tasks using App Engine's APIs and scalable services.
The above figure clearly shows that the threat actor has mostly used Azure App Service to host the credential harvester at azurewebistes.net. It appears the attacker tried out multiple different options to serve the credential harvester and chose to use Azure App Service on an ongoing basis, likely because of its ease of use and Microsoft-issued SSL certs. That we continue to see new subdomains appear daily on both Azure App Service and Google App engine indicates that the attacker is having success on both of these platforms.
I am trying to do salesforce Single sign on using google app engine. I am refering this document Single Sign On . In this document I am stuck on Google App Engine set up. in first point 1) Create a new project from "Checkout Projects from SVN" I am not able to do this. Any help will be appreciated.
I see you posted this here as well (not sure if it's answered there). From that thread, it's clear that you are using the wrong repo URL. It should be -gae-sso-delegated-auth.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ and NOT -gae-sso-delegated-auth/source/checkout
My engineering team often posts screenshots to our own image hosting server running Google Apps Engine. I'd like to use the Skitch app to add annotations, and then upload to this server. So far, I got really close with WebDAV (S/FTP is not an option), but Google Apps seems to have an issue with the Expect: 100-Continue header in the request. 2b1af7f3a8