Showing posts from October 28, 2015

Backend logic to real-time data with Firebase and Google App Engine.

In our mobile age, real-time data storage and automatic synchronization across devices are indispensable like the ability to run backend processes on the data.
Experiences around Google Cloud Platform are more and more consolidated; then, can observe inter alia that, by connecting an App Engine application to your Firebase database, you can perform complex logic on the data without having to manage synchronization and updates; Firebase can handle that for you.
For those who are unfamiliar, recalls that, Firebaseis a platform for building mobile apps, offering realtime data storage and synchronization, user authentication, and more; and Google App Engineis an environment for running application code in the cloud; Platform as a service (PaaS).

Effectively manage cloud and diverse IT environments and drive DevOps efforts.

IT organizations in our digital age need a clear end-to-end view into the applications and technologies that support business services. Inefficiency, lack of security, agility and performance are not tolerated in today’s heterogeneous environments.
Therefore, at we believe that, Effectively manage cloud and diverse IT environments and drive DevOps efforts, also means: ·Provide development and operations teams with the information that they need to find and fix issues with today’s mobile and web applications rapidly, via deep visibility into your application performance from the end user experience, through application server requests, and down to application logs. ·Monitor, aggregates, indexes, and analyzes all log data from your on-premises and cloud applications and infrastructure, ·Enabling users to search, explore, and correlate this data to troubleshoot problems faster, derive operational insight and make better decisions. ·Provide 360-degree insight into the perfor…

Streamlined capabilities on every layer of Cloud computing.

At, we believe that, capabilities on every layer of Cloud, should be designed for lower cost, higher reliability and performance, scalability, agility, flexibility, always-on security, open standards, and compatibility with private clouds.