What is Google App Engine?

You may run Google App Engine Applications on your local PC using the App Engine SDK. It mimics the Google App Engine infrastructure's runtime environment.

What is App Engine used for?

App Engine is a fully managed, serverless platform for building and deploying large-scale online applications. To develop your apps, you may choose from a variety of popular languages, libraries, and frameworks, and then let App Engine handle provisioning servers and scaling your app instances based on demand.

Is App Engine always on?

Manual and basic scaling instances are kept running indefinitely by App Engine. However, there is no assurance of uptime for manual and basic scaling instances at this moment. 

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What are the disadvantages of Google App Engine?

1. Not recommended for calculations that require a lot of processing power. They are more time consuming and costly.

2. Scalability isn't important since if a programme works at Google scale, it's likely profitable enough to run on its own servers.

3. Because they have numerous constraints strewn about, thorough data analysis is challenging.

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Can you have multiple app engines?

In App Engine, we can deploy many apps with their configurations as separate services. Each service has a unique URL that we can use to connect to it. When we deploy for the first time, the default service is built by default.

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