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Using Google App Engine Python

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Using Google App Engine Python

  1. 1. Akshay Mathur @akshaymathu
  2. 2. Ground Rules • Disturb Everyone – Not by phone rings – Not by local talks – By more information and questions @akshaymathu 2
  3. 3. Let’s Know Each Other • • • • • Do you code? OS? Language? Used GAE? Why are you attending? @akshaymathu 3
  4. 4. Akshay Mathur • Founding Team Member of – ShopSocially (Enabling “social” for retailers) – AirTight Neworks (Global leader of WIPS) • 15+ years in IT industry – Currently Principal Architect at ShopSocially – Mostly worked with Startups • From Conceptualization to Stabilization • At different functions i.e. development, testing, release • With multiple technologies @akshaymathu 4
  5. 5. What shall we learn • Why GAE (Google App Engine)? • General advantages of – IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) – PaaS (Platform as a Service) • Using GAE SDK – Available Services from Google • Filling the Gap – Including third party libraries – Creating MVC structure • Available boilerplate code for quick start @akshaymathu 5
  6. 6. Why GAE • Application PaaS maintained by Google – Same platform that powers Google Applications • Familiar technologies – Python, PHP, Java, Go • Readymade additional services – Storage, Email, Chat, Task queue etc. • No (or very low) initial cost – Free quotas @akshaymathu 6
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  8. 8. IaaS • Move your local/data center servers to cloud – Don’t worry about hardware – Scale up/down as needed • Simplified logistics for IT admins • Pay only for used infrastructure • Custom hardware is not available @akshaymathu 8
  9. 9. PaaS: Advantages • Move your application environment on cloud – Focus only on your application – Don’t worry for upgrades – Easy to scale – Easy to administer • Get all benefits of IaaS • Control in developers’ hand @akshaymathu 9
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  11. 11. PaaS: Limitations • No control over machines – No access to file system – No ssh • No native software installation – Use only the provided software – Upgrade with the provider • Limitation on usage of network stack – No sniffing of traffic – Limited use of ports @akshaymathu 11
  12. 12. Getting Started Hello world!
  13. 13. Why Python • Because we love it  • GAE says: @akshaymathu 13
  14. 14. Getting Started • • • • • • Install Python  Download and install GAE SDK Configure app.yaml Write code Test locally as GAE app Deploy @akshaymathu 14
  15. 15. Runtime configuration: app.yaml @akshaymathu 15
  16. 16. Code: main.py @akshaymathu 16
  17. 17. Deploy @akshaymathu 17
  18. 18. @akshaymathu 18
  19. 19. Gearing up for Bigger App Creating the basic Structure
  20. 20. Included Libraries Webapp2, Django, Ssl, PIL, Pycrypto, Setuptools, Webob, Yaml, MySQLdb Endpoints: Libraries for building APIs in an App Engine application. Jinja2: A modern and designer friendly templating language for Python. Lxml: A Pythonic binding for the C libraries libxml2 and libxslt. Markupsafe: A XML/HTML/XHTML markup safe string for Python. Matplotlib: A 2D plotting library which produces publication-quality figures. Numpy: A general-purpose library for array-processing. Protorpc: A framework for implementing HTTP-based remote procedure call (RPC) services. PyAMF: A library that provides (AMF) Action Message Format functionality. @akshaymathu 20
  21. 21. Available Services @akshaymathu 21
  22. 22. Data Storage • Datastore – A schemaless object datastore providing robust, scalable storage for your web application, a rich data modeling API, and a SQLlike query language called GQL. • Blobstore – Allows your application to serve large data objects, such as video or image files, that are too large for storage in the Datastore service. • Memcache – A distributed, in-memory data cache that can be used to greatly improve application performance. • Logs – Provides programmatic access to application and request logs from within your application. @akshaymathu 22
  23. 23. Communications • Channel – Creates a persistent connection between your application and Google servers, so you can send messages to JavaScript clients in real time without "polling." • Mail – Sends email messages on behalf of administrators and users with Google Accounts, and receives mail at various addresses. • URL Fetch – Uses Google's networking infrastructure to efficiently issue HTTP and HTTPS requests to URLs on the web. • XMPP – Enables an application to send and receive chat messages to and from any XMPP-compatible chat messaging service. @akshaymathu 23
  24. 24. Process Management • Task Queue – Allows applications to perform work outside of a user request, and organize that work into small, discrete units, called "tasks," to be executed later. • Scheduled Tasks – Allows applications to configure regularly scheduled tasks that operate at defined times or regular intervals. @akshaymathu 24
  25. 25. Computation • Backends – Instances of your application that are exempt from request deadlines and have access to more memory and CPU resources. • Images – Manipulates, combines, and enhances images, converts images between formats, and queries image metadata such as height and frequency of colors. @akshaymathu 25
  26. 26. App configuration and management • App Identity – • Capabilities – • Makes it easy to compartmentalize your data to serve many client organizations from a single instance of your application. Traffic Splitting – • Lets external applications transparently access App Engine services. For example, you can use Remote API to access a production datastore from an app running on your local machine. Multitenancy – • Allows applications to be served via both HTTPS and HTTP via a custom domain instead of an appspot.com address. Remote – • Provides detection of outages and scheduled maintenance for specific APIs and services, so that your application may bypass them or inform your users. SSL for Custom Domains – • Gives code access to the application identity; provides framework to assert this identity over OAuth. Allows you to roll out features for your app slowly over a period of time, and do A/B Testing. Traffic Splitting works by splitting incoming requests to different versions of your app. Users – Allows applications to sign in users with Google Accounts or OpenID, and address these users with unique identifiers. @akshaymathu 26
  27. 27. Third-party Services • SendGrid (Email) – Use SendGrid's library to send emails from your app and you can see statistics on opens, clicks, unsubscribes, spam reports and more. • Twilio (SMS/Voice) – Enables your application to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, and make VoIP calls from any phone, tablet, or browser. @akshaymathu 27
  28. 28. Preview Features • Google Cloud Endpoints – Enables automatic generation of APIs, making it easier to create a web backend for web clients and mobile clients such as Android or Apple's iOS. • Google Cloud SQL – A fully-managed web service that allows you to create, configure, and use relational databases that live in Google's cloud. • Google Cloud Storage Client Library – Lets your application read files from and write files to buckets in Google Cloud Storage, with with internal error handling and retry logic. • Modules – Lets developers factor large applications into logical components that can share stateful services and communicate in a secure fashion. • Sockets – Enables support for outbound sockets using the language-specific, built-in libraries. @akshaymathu 28
  29. 29. Experimental Features • MapReduce – An optimized adaptation of the MapReduce computing model for efficient distributed computing over large data sets. • OAuth – Using Google Accounts and the OAuth API, any App Engine application can be an OAuth consumer. • OpenID – An open technology used for authenticating users across various web services. • PageSpeed – A family of tools that automatically optimizes the performance of your application. • Task Queue REST API – Enables the use of an App Engine task queue over REST. • Task Queue Tagging – Leases up to a specified number of tasks with the same tag from the queue for a specified period of time. @akshaymathu 29
  30. 30. Search • Search – Allows your application to perform Google-like searches over structured data such as: plain text, HTML, atom, numbers, dates, and geographic locations. • Prospective Search – A querying service that allows your application to match search queries against real-time data streams. @akshaymathu 30
  31. 31. Filling the Gap • Including other libraries – Place them within your app – Only pure Python libs can be used • Creating MVC structure – Create your own directory structure – Adjust path for supporting it @akshaymathu 31
  32. 32. MVC Structure @akshaymathu 32
  33. 33. New Code: main.py @akshaymathu 33
  34. 34. Global Configuration: config.py @akshaymathu 34
  35. 35. Route List @akshaymathu 35
  36. 36. Controller @akshaymathu 36
  37. 37. Base Controller @akshaymathu 37
  38. 38. Third Party Libs @akshaymathu 38
  39. 39. Static Files @akshaymathu 39
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  41. 41. Dive Deeper Get the app working
  42. 42. Scheduled Tasks: cron.yaml @akshaymathu 42
  43. 43. Datastore • NoSQL database is available in free quota – SQL database (Google Cloud SQL) is also available @akshaymathu 43
  44. 44. Data Manipulation • Functions – .get_by_id() – .all() – .put() – db.delete() • GQL – .gql() • People.gql("where email_addr = :1 and passwd = :2", username, get_password_hash(passwd)) – gql_query() • gql_query(”select * from people where email_addr = :1 and passwd = :2", username, get_password_hash(passwd)) @akshaymathu 44
  45. 45. Task Queue @akshaymathu 45
  46. 46. Sending Emails • Gmail is available as mail service by default – Sendgrid can also be used @akshaymathu 46
  47. 47. Using Others’ Web API • Urlfetch can be used for accessing external web urls @akshaymathu 47
  48. 48. Sockets • • • • Only for paid apps Works exactly same as standard socket library Inbound sockets are not allowed Outbound sockets can be used with restrictions @akshaymathu 48
  49. 49. Google’s Login from google.appengine.api import users user = users.get_current_user() if user: user.nickname() users.create_logout_url('/'))) else: users.create_login_url('/')) @akshaymathu 49
  50. 50. Working with Images • Images can be stored in database in blob fields • Available transforms – Resize, Crop – Rotate, Flip horizontal /vertical – Enhance (Im feeling lucky) • Formats Conversions – from: JPEG, PNG, WEBP, GIF, BMP, TIFF and ICO – to: JPEG, WEBP and PNG @akshaymathu 50
  51. 51. Image Manipulation from google.appengine.api import images img = images.Image(blob_key=blob_key) img.resize(width=80, height=100) img.im_feeling_lucky() thumbnail = img.execute_transforms( output_encoding=images.JPEG) @akshaymathu 51
  52. 52. Caching @akshaymathu 52
  53. 53. @akshaymathu 53
  54. 54. Available Code on GitHub • Implementation of login system – mathurakshay/gae-social-login • https://github.com/mathurakshay/gae-social- • Just the MVC structure – droot/gae-boilerplate • https://github.com/droot/gae-boilerplate @akshaymathu 54
  55. 55. Summary • GAE is good readymade platform – For trying out things – For your side project • Many services are readily available • Starts with no (or very low) upfront cost • Think thrice before you start big business on GAE @akshaymathu 55
  56. 56. Thanks @akshaymathu @akshaymathu 56