Building Scalable PHP Applications Using Google’s App Engine

Moderated by:
Stuart Langley (Google)
Panelists:
Amy Unruh (Google)
PHP
Location: F150
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
Slides:   external link

Google App Engine allows you to build web applications on the same scalable systems that power Google applications. In this session we’ll dive into the best practices for writing scalable PHP applications on the App Engine platform.

Topics we’ll cover include:

  • Differences between applications running on App Engine and a typical LAMP stack.
  • Using asynchronous calls for I/O requests.
  • Using App Engine services such as task queues, memcache, mail and servers.
  • Composing your application with Google Cloud Storage and Google Cloud SQL.
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Stuart Langley

Google

Stuart is a software engineer on the App Engine team at Google, based in Sydney Australia. He is currently the technical lead on the PHP runtime for App Engine, focusing on security and scalability. Before joining Google Stuart worked at Microsoft on the AppFabric team, most recently on the service bus queueing system.

Amy Unruh

Google

Amy Unruh) works in Developer Relations at Google, with a focus on the Google Cloud Platform and App Engine. She has an academic background, and has also worked at several startups, worked in industrial R&D, done technical training and course development, and has published a book on App Engine.

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Stuart Langley
08/01/2013 4:41pm PDT

Sure – the slides are at

http://oscon-rss-demo.appspot.com/oscon_slides/index.html

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Michael Shadle
08/01/2013 2:43am PDT

would you be able to share the slides

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