Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Google launches App Engine dashboard

Google on Tuesday announced a dashboard to detail system status for the Google App Engine.

Google always excited us through making more updates and new features on their sites, product and services. On the Google App Engine blog, the company said that it has launched the App Engine system status site and a quota dashboard to detail items like bandwidth usage and CPU.


The new System Status Site provides a detailed view into the performance of various App Engine components using some of the same raw monitoring data that our engineering team uses internally. This includes:
* up-to-the-minute overview of our system status with real-time, unedited data
* daily overall serving status for each of our APIs, including any outages or downtime
* detailed historical latency and error-rate graphs for the App Engine Datastore, Images, Mail, Memcache, Serving, URL Fetch, and Users components

Quota Details Dashboard
This makes it easier to track how much of the free quota your app is using up across bandwidth, CPU, etc. Use it to get detailed information about all of the resource quotas that affect your application.

Google said it also plans a billing dashboard to preview what happens if you go beyond those quotas.

For more information and details, go to http://googleappengine.blogspot.com/2008/12/system-status-dashboard-quota-details.html

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