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AppScale the newest member of the Charm Partner Programme

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AppScale have joined the Charm Partner Programme.

AppScale is an open source PaaS that leverages the Google App Engine APIs. It allows devs to quickly focus on the business logic of the application and frees your ops from unwieldy software stacks. AppScale gives enterprises the freedom to run Google App Engine applications across all public and private clouds or on any virtual or physical infrastructure.

“We’re really excited to see a new PaaS joining the program, especially when they have AppScale’s unique ability to move applications running on Google App Engine into the Chinese online market. Add to this the pure scale out design, and you have a winning PaaS for enterprises, and also for service providers willing to sell PaaS easily and efficiently,” said Sam Cozannet, Programme Manager for innovative cloud solutions.

“We are thrilled to be included in the Canonical ecosystem.  AppScale brings the brilliant Google App Engine development model to open source and allows enterprises of all sizes to rapidly development web and mobile applications.  With JuJu, deploying AppScale and creating mission critical, scalable applications is easier than ever.” says Graziano Obertelli, VP of Engineering for California-based AppScale. “It was exciting to see Mark Shuttleworth demonstrate the ease of deployment and use of AppScale at MWC Barcelona.”

Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme helps solution providers make best use of Canonical’s cloud orchestration tool, Juju, enabling instant integration, scaling at the click of a button, simple to share blueprint deployments and an easy way to deliver solutions in minutes.


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