Published: Nov 22 2010 / 00:18
Anything that curtails freedom just paves the way for the better one, and then clouds are not safe for our data anyday
really?! you actually wrote that?!
R U on mental medications ?
yaa i got it, you all are google employees
guess what, your are the next Yahoo, you loosers
Facebook is taking over.
lucky we're not "losers".
just loose as a goose
Before all, the author did a really worse technology review job. The most problems he described should be obvious from the start. Things like HTTPS support are under development and should be available by the end of this year. Also I'd really like to read his report if he choose a conventional scalable high-availability infrastructure instead of GAE where he had to deal with all the configuration and maintenance issues himself. I doubt that he would face less problems in this case. Software development is about solving problems, so what's the big deal if anything works not as originally intended? I think it's rather the norm than an exception.
The author does not understand GAE, period.
The author is ranting because he failed to understand what GAE is before building his application. Sure GAE has had its problems but most of what this guy is complaining about are parts of GAE that are well documented.
It is not google app engine's fault. All these limitations have been documented. It is better to switch to Amazon's web service.
At least with Azure you have the option of classic SQL as well as blob storage.
SQL is coming soon: "Enterprise features: Coming later this year - hosted SQL databases, SSL on your company’s domain for secure communications, and access to advanced Google services."
So who pays you all to post in favor of Google ?
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