Red Hat Aims to Help Google App Service Work in Private Cloud

CloudRed Hat has partnered with Google to help the search giant run its Google App cloud computing services in a private cloud infrastructure by using of open source software.

CapeDwarf, a Red Hat/JBoss-based application, will work to run Google App services in different cloud platforms, Google software engineer Ludovic Champenois wrote in a blog post Thursday.

Champenois wrote the Google-Red Hat team of engineers intends to move tests of the new application into an open source environment.

The team’s open source App Engine Test Compatibility Kit intends to help clients migrate from a private cloud to Google’s cloud system and also aims to help create an application programming interface designed for cloud computing.

Google made the App Engine TCK because of JBoss’ widespread Java EE API specifications and implementations.

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