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Node.js Comes to Google App Engine

  • March 23, 2016
  • By Developer.com Staff

Google has inked a new partnership deal with NodeSource, the maker of the NSolid Node.js platform. As a result of the agreement, developers will be able to access NSolid on Google App Engine. “NodeSource is partnering with Google to be the primary provider of an instrumented Node.js runtime on the Google Cloud Platform," NodeSource’s Mark Piening said. “This partnership will offer Node.js developers a simple, out-of-the-box solution for getting deep insight into their Node.js applications running on the Google Cloud platform.”

For now, the new cloud computing service is available as a beta trial. Google said it will be making more announcements related to Node.js support on Google Cloud Platform in the near future.

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