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Java on Google Cloud

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App Engine offers you a choice between two environments for Java apps—the App Engine standard and flexible environments. Both environments have the same code-centric developer workflow, scale quickly and efficiently to handle increasing demand, and enable you to use Google’s proven serving technology to build your web, mobile, and IoT apps quickly and with minimal operational overhead. While the available environments have a lot in common, they differ in a few important ways.

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Use Kubernetes to build powerful, containerized Java apps. GKE is an enterprise-ready, containerized solution that Java developers can easily use. GKE offers prebuilt deployment templates. They're not only container images, but open source, Google-built commercial apps that increase developer productivity. They're available in Google Cloud Marketplace.

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Use cloud-based virtual machine (VM) instances to build and deploy your Java app.

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Check out the libraries and frameworks to build and iterate Java apps on Google Cloud.

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Unlock services using these Java APIs and libraries.

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Idiomatic client libraries for Google Cloud APIs.

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