Coding Fun Java Google I/O 2013 – Autoscaling Java

Google I/O 2013 – Autoscaling Java

Matt Stephenson

Understand how to build Java applications that work well in an autoscaling environment. We’ll discuss common anti-patterns in Java that make it difficult for autoscaling environments to deal with your application. We’ll also discuss how App Engine knows when to scale up and back your application and how to take full advantage of this.

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6 thoughts on “Google I/O 2013 – Autoscaling Java”

  1. Good speech i believe that they will do something with the spring framework. Or maybe not =D. Or maybe yes =D.

  2. Kishan B says:

    One mistake demo2 startup was faster than demo1!! (13:43) . The demo 2 graph starts with 20(ms) whereas the demo1 starts with 500(ms)..
    Spring is faast 😛

  3. Neil Ghosh says:

    Putting all configurations in the source code requires a server deployment on every little config change. Any other alternative to persisting config in datastore ?

  4. Basically this video means "don't use Spring on App Engine" right ?

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