App Engine 2nd generation runtimes

App Engine 2nd generation runtimes

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Guillaume Laforge

July 30, 2019
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    Popular Languages Node.js, Java, Ruby, Go, Python, PHP Application Versioning

    Host multiple versions of your app Create dev, test, staging, prod environments Google App Engine a powerful serverless platform, to build apps that scale automatically Fully Managed Fully managed environment Focus on code, App Engine manages infra Monitoring, Logging & Diagnostics Stackdriver for application diagnostics, debugging and monitoring Traffic Splitting Route incoming requests to different app versions A/B testing, Incremental feature rollouts Application Security Access rules with App Engine firewall Custom domains with managed SSL/TLS certs Popular Languages Fully Managed Monitoring, Logging & Diagnostics Application Versioning Traffic Splitting Application Security
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    More idiomatic code bases Past limitations are gone! Python •

    Use Python 3 instead of Python 2 • Any Python web framework • Install arbitrary 3rd party dependencies (incl. native) • Access the file system • Spawn background threads • Use Google Cloud client libraries </>
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    More idiomatic code bases Past limitations are gone! Java •

    Use Java 11 instead of Java 8 • Any web framework (incl. non-Servlet based) • No more class whitelist (Java2D, threads, sockets…) • XML configuration → YAML configuration • Customize entrypoint ◦ JVM fine-tuning, executable JARs </>
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    More portable applications Old App Engine built-in APIs ⇒ standalone

    cloud solutions • Datastore → Cloud Datastore, Cloud Firestore, Cloud SQL • Blobstore → Cloud Storage • Cron → Cloud Scheduler • Task Queues → Cloud Tasks • Logging → Stackdriver Logging • Memcache → Cloud Memorystore
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    More up-to-date runtimes And double the memory! Python 2.5 /

    3.7 Java 8 / 11 ß Node.js 10 PHP 5.5 / 7.2 / 7.3 Ruby 2.5 ß Go 1.11 / 1.12