Google Cloud Platform provides everything you need to build, run, and scale social, mobile, and online games. Already, tens of thousands of popular applications like SongPop, Angry Birds, SnapChat, and Legend of Monsters are benefiting from the power of running on top of Google Infrastructure. Come join Google as we go deep on how to best leverage our technology to build your next masterpiece. See just how easy it can be to get started, see real code, and hear stories from our customers. Of course, get started today for free at http://cloud.google.com.
Intro to the Google Cloud Platform - PaaS, IaaS, Storage, Analytics
Ryan Boyd, Google; Momchil Kyurkchiev, Leanplum
Google Cloud Platform has everything needed to build highly scalable applications. Launch an app without system administrators, while having the ultimate flexibility of root on a virtual machine. Get high performance asset hosting, and analyze terabyte-sized data to optimize games.
Connect Mobile Apps to the Cloud Without Breaking a Sweat
Dan Holevoet, Google
Create Amazingly Scalable Games on the Google Cloud Platform
Chris Elliott, Google
Quickly deliver compelling game experiences by leveraging the scalability of Google App Engine combined with the unlimited flexibility of virtual machines on Google Compute Engine. From 1 to 100,000 cores, learn how to unleash your next great game on the Google Cloud Platform.
Understanding Your Players Using Near Real-time Data Analytics
Michael Manoochehri, Google; Luca Martinetti, Staq Inc.
The volume of data generated by games can be immense and the insights invaluable. Learn how to analyse player behavior, virality, segment users, and understand retention in near real-time using //staq and Google BigQuery.
How EA Builds Mobile Game Servers on Google App Engine
Yanick Belanger, Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts presents an overview of how the Google App Engine platform propels the production of back-end servers required for connected, social games on mobile, with real-world applications of the platform's services and built-in automatic scaling.