Connecting The Clouds: Integrating Google App Engine for Java with Force.com

In this session we will outline how to connect the Salesforce SOAP Web Services API to Google App Engine for Java. The project includes an open source Web Service Client that has been completely ported to App Engine. This client is designed for high performance and will work with Force.com …

The Softer Side Of Schemas – Mapping Java Persistence Standards To the Google App Engine Datastore

Google App Engine is a powerful cloud-computing platform designed to help developers more easily create and manage scalable web applications. With the recent addition of Java support, developers can now interact with the Google App Engine datastore using JDO and JPA, both standard Java persistence APIs. In this talk we …

App Engine for Java: An Enterprise Cumulonimbus?

Enterprise software pundits are now gazing metaphorically skyward. There’s all this talk of clouds, but what kind of clouds are coming, and will they be friendly? We begin by describing some applications we’ve developed for App Engine, including implementation of other languages, such as JRuby, on top of the App …

JRuby and Ioke on Google App Engine for Java

JRuby is regarded as the most stable and efficient implementation of Ruby. Running JRuby on top of Google App Engine for Java gives access to many interesting possibilities, including running Rails on top of Google’s infrastructure. Exactly how to make this happen is not totally apparent, though, and there are …

Google App Engine: Now Serving Java

In this session we’ll introduce you to Java support for Google App Engine. You’ll learn how App Engine scales Java applications and about the services it provides to help your application leverage Google’s infrastructure. We will demonstrate App Engine’s support for popular Java tools, and we’ll discuss techniques for debugging …