Sessions at Google I/O 2011 in Room 6

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Tuesday 10th May 2011

  • Storing Your Application's Data in the Google Cloud

    by Navneet Joneja and Mike Schwartz

    Google Storage for Developers is a RESTful service for storing and accessing your data on Google's infrastructure. This 101 session shows basic examples of storing data on Google's Cloud, highlights the new features launched since Google I/O 2010, and discusses how to integrate with other Google Developer products

    At 10:15am to 11:15am, Tuesday 10th May

    In Room 6, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • Scaling App Engine Applications

    by Justin Haugh and Guido van Rossum

    During this talk, we’ll discuss how to write highly scalable apps on App Engine. We’ll describe how an app is granted more instances as traffic grows, and the importance of low latency, low memory usage, concurrency, async APIs, load testing, and profiling. We’ll also help you avoid common pitfalls, like entity contention and hot tablets.

    At 11:30am to 12:30pm, Tuesday 10th May

    In Room 6, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • App Engine Backends

    by Justin Haugh and Greg Darke

    Applications written on App Engine can scale to amazing heights, but have strict limits on processing time, cpu, and memory usage. App Engine Backends have few restrictions: they can use up to 1GB of memory, 4.8GHz of CPU, are individually addressable, and have no request deadlines. We'll dive into the new kinds of programs that Backends enable and cover best practices.

    At 1:15pm to 2:15pm, Tuesday 10th May

    In Room 6, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • Putting Task Queues to Work

    by Vivek Sahasranaman and Nicholas Verne

    Does your app require software that you can't run on App Engine? By using the brand new pull based queues, you can crunch through all sorts of work like OCR, video encoding, and image manipulation in a VM. Add work to queues using App Engine's Task Queue API and process the tasks in a VM by pulling from queues using the REST API. Pull queues open up a lot of new possibilities for your apps so come and hear from the team that built this functionality and bring your questions!

    At 2:30pm to 3:30pm, Tuesday 10th May

    In Room 6, Moscone West

    Coverage video

  • Building Enterprise Applications on App Engine

    by Greg Dalesandre and Chris Schalk

    As Google App Engine has evolved from it grassroots developer origins to an Enterprise ready technology, this session will lead both developer and Enterprise IT professionals on a full Enterprise development lifecycle demonstrating how to use the new features of App Engine for Business in an Enterprise context. As a summary of the talk, several existing App Engine for Business customers will share their experiences so far in using App Engine for Business during its trial period.

    At 3:45pm to 4:45pm, Tuesday 10th May

    In Room 6, Moscone West

Wednesday 11th May 2011