Google has added the Java runtime to its App Engine, that (semi-)free service that lets you build and host web apps on Google's very own cloud distributed infrastructure. When App Engine was first introduced, almost a year ago to the day, it stuck with Python, a favorite among code-happy Google Oompa Loompas. But after countless …
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Google offers a Java Cloud and Sun offers a Java Cloud... I would certainly go with Sun...
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"If... Google offers a Java Cloud and Sun offers a Java Cloud... I would certainly go with Sun..." .... By Anonymous Coward Posted Wednesday 8th April 2009 07:49 GMT
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Signed up an account, turned on the Java stuff, ran "hello world" locally, can't deploy.
Looks like they are limiting the number of fully deployed applications, rather than the number of Java-enabled accounts.
Still, very exciting. The main challenge in porting existing database-backed applications will likely be dealing with the limited relational capabilities of the data store (JPA subset).
Why would you want to use Java
Java peeps should grow up and learn real programming languages.
"Java peeps should grow up and learn real programming languages." Posted by anonymous coward wednesday 8th April 2009 14:57 GMT
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re: why would you want to use Java
Because it's better than Pascal.
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