Google App Engine alternatives

Google App Engine
Google App Engine lets you run web applications on Google's infrastructure. App Engine applications are easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic and data storage needs grow. With App Engine, there are no servers to maintain: You just upload your application, and it's ready to serve your users.
Google App Engine alternatives are:
Heroku, Amazon Web Services, Windows Azure, Rackspace



Here are the latest news about Google App Engine:

24.08.17 Google App Engine gets a firewall


Google App Engine is finally getting a fully featured firewall. Until now, developers couldn’t easily restrict access to their applications on the service to only a small set of IP addresses or address ranges for testing, for example. Instead, they had to hard-code a similar solution into their applications and — because those requests would still hit their applications in some form — even those rejected requests would still incur costs. Now, they’ll be able to use the Google Cloud Console, App Engine Admin API or even the gcloud command-line tool to set up access restrictions that block or allow specific IP addresses. Because the firewall obviously sits in front of the application, rejected requests never touch the application and App Engine never needs to spin up an idle resource only to then reject the request. So now Google App Engine becomes more secure than alternatives.


2017 Google App Engine now supports all programming languages



2013 Now you can use Google App Engine to host your company website



2013 Google Compute Engine is available for all



2011 Google killed App Engine for Business



2010 Google partners with VMWare to adopt GAE for Enterprise