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“…you may want to consider serverless computing on an application or service level such as is attainable by GAE or AppScale.”

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“The company’s AliLaunch program, aimed to help foreign firms overcome business obstacles in the country, already has 11 partners including German SAP (SAP), Japanese Hitachi (HTHIY) and American Appscale Systems.”

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“AppScale helps prevent lock-in or reliance on any one Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider. What makes AppScale unique is instead of simply offering another PaaS service, it provides a service for migrating apps from one cloud to another or even to self-hosted servers.”

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“Google unveiled a partnership with startup AppScale that lets App Engine apps, which number roughly six million, run on other cloud services or companies’ own data centers and servers without modification. …the move will help the company retain and attract more cloud customers.”

“…a groundbreaking push to address the portability issues plaguing the public cloud.”
-Silicon ANGLE

“…putting general PaaS lock-in fears to rest with respect to infrastructure.”
– Data Center Knowledge


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