Comparison Google App Engine vs Apache
Google App Engine
Google App Engine allows users to store their data securely in the Google Bigtable. It is designed to be a serverless and easy-to-use platform for the quick building and deployment of web-based applications. It provides its user base with a Blogbstore, GAE Cloud Storage, Page Speed Service, URL Fetch Service and Memcache.
Apache provides a web server software provided by Apache Software Foundation. It is open-source software that can be downloaded for free. Its range of features includes Unix threading, a new build system, multiprotocol support, and support for non-unix platforms along with IPv6 support. It also comes with Apache filtering, Multilanguage error responses, native windows NT Unicode support along with a simple configuration. Apache server is recognized for its flexibility. It also has an active community and gets frequent updates. It provides extensive documentation to its users as well. Apache server is used by well-known companies such as IBM, eBay, Adobe, LinkedIn, Facebook and GTMetrix.