No-Ops: What does it mean?
Developers create software- the driving engine of the modern economy. Precious time
spent spinning up servers, tweaking network settings and generally making technology
work right steals cycles from real innovation. No-ops means your most precious
cycles are devoted to code, with minimal time spent configuring infrastructure.
Cloud Made Easy
“Easy” means easy to create, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic
and data storage needs change. Google App Engine natively supports load balancing,
microservices, authorization, SQL and NoSQL databases, memcache, traffic splitting,
logging, search, versioning, roll out and roll backs, and security scanning.
Go from zero to millions, without breaking a sweat.
Get started with Containers
Containers break down conventional software stacks to make it easy to run code
at scale. Google provided source code
for containers to the Linux Foundation, and worked with industry to create
Kubernetes, an orchestration engine based on
tools we use to launch 2 billion containers each week.
Google Kubernetes Engine
is an easy way to start and scale your use of containers with Kubernetes.
Rich Mobile & Web Apps
Firebase, offered as a stand-alone-service, is an easy way to build scalable,
no-ops mobile and web applications. It powers your app's backend, including data storage,
user authentication, static hosting, and more. Firebase provides these services so
you can focus on creating extraordinary user experiences.