Google’s I/O Conference is the place to be this week to get the inside scoop on what the search giant plans for its snowballing efforts to woo enterprise developers to the Google cloud platform with new tools.
Chief among the developments so far at the show have been a partnership with VMware and the rollout of Google’s App Engine for Business, which is aimed at making it simpler for developers to create applications in the cloud using Google’s platform. Datamation takes a look.
Google detailed its plans for enterprise developers and fleshed out its application strategy during the first day of its Google I/O conference.
A key part of that focused on App Engine for Business, a cloud-based, scalable developer environment hosted by Google (NASDAQ: GOOG). App Engine for Business is now available in a Preview Release that the company is encouraging enterprise customers to try, while the finished version is set for later this year.