Google App Engine (GAE) is a cloud computing platform that hosts third party Web applications. Application authors write their application front ends in a high-level language like Python or Java™. Applications can use other Google services, like datastore and Google Accounts, as their application back end. Authors upload the application front ends through the admin console to the Google App Engine.
IBM® Cloud Labs has produced interoperability code and documentation to enable GAE application developers to move easily to IBM middleware. This document shows how to port the three major Java-based Google App Engine functionality APIs to the IBM middleware environment, where application function can be expanded. The APIs discussed are datastore, Users, and URL fetch.
|Article||Porting Google App Engine Applications to IBM Middleware||136 KB|
|Sample APIs||GAE-Interop.zip||31 KB|