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From Fred Zappert <fzapp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: General doubts about Google App Engine
Date Wed, 04 Nov 2009 14:38:11 GMT
Hi,

You can run any Java app server you like on EC2, such as Tomcat or  
Resin, and also take advantage of the AWS MapReduce framework.

HTH,

Fred

Sent from my iPhone

On Nov 3, 2009, at 9:18 PM, harshad@students.iiit.ac.in wrote:

> Hi,
>   It's the sole reason I am using App Engine. I have to deploy a Web
> application on it using Java. The whole point is that I have to make
> the running of application look like it's being run on a single
> TaskTracker but actually, it runs on many. Thus , in short I have to
> expose Google App Engine into many nodes.
>
>
> Thank You.
> Harshad
>
>> Hi Harshad,
>>
>> Is there any reason you're using App Engine instead of EC2? App  
>> Engine
>> is designed for web sites, so in general, I think you'd have to do a
>> lot of work to make it run MapReduce, and it wouldn't be particularly
>> good at it.
>>
>> On Nov 3, 2009, at 8:49 PM, harshad@students.iiit.ac.in wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>  Is there any possibility of Google app Engine running Map Reduce
>>> behind
>>> its framework?. I am doing a project on Google App Engine which  
>>> has to
>>> expose it into different nodes i.e into TaskTrackers, Jobtrackers.
>>>  Basically I have to balance the load which exists while running any
>>> application behind the scenes. I have to assign different  
>>> TaskTrackers
>>> on different machines. Does Google App Engine provide support for
>>> this?
>>>
>>> Thank You.
>>> Harshad Shrikhande
>>>
>>>
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