10 Facts About AppScale


AppScale is a software company offering cloud infrastructure software and services to enterprises, government agencies, contractors, and third-party service providers.

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AppScale began as a research project at the University of California, Santa Barbara Computer Science Department under the supervision of Professor Chandra Krintz.

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In 2014, Graziano Obertelli joined AppScale as VP of Operations from Eucalyptus Systems, where he was a co-founder.

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In late 2017, AppScale Systems started offering commercial support for Eucalyptus private cloud software after DXC Technology chose to stop the development and support of Eucalyptus.

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AppScale ATS is a managed hybrid cloud infrastructure software that emulates the core AWS APIs.

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AppScale GTS is an open-source serverless computing platform that automatically deploys and scales unmodified Google App Engine applications over public and private clouds, as well as on-premises clusters.

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AppScale is modeled on the App Engine APIs and has support for Go, Java, PHP, and Python applications.

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Goal of AppScale is to provide developers with a rapid, API-driven development platform that can run applications on any cloud infrastructure.

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AppScale includes high-level APIs for persistence, asynchronous execution, distributed memory cache, user authentication, and more.

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AppScale was developed and maintained by AppScale Systems, Inc, based in Santa Barbara, California, and Google.

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