By default, Google Cloud will connect to the Google Cloud Storage and Google Cloud Web Services (W3C) APIs to create a persistent data store for your app, in the cloud, in a variety of languages.
In this article, we’ll discuss how you can use these APIs to store, retrieve, and update your data.
In the first part of this series, we discuss how to use Google Apps in the Google cloud, and in the second part, we will discuss how we can integrate Google Cloud Apps into your existing infrastructure to create the data store you need.
In Part 1, we covered the basics of the Google App Engine, the Google APIs, and the Google Analytics SDK.
In part 2, we cover how you configure your Google Apps infrastructure, and how you add Google Cloud to your application.
In today’s article, I will discuss the Google Apps APIs and how to integrate them into your Google Cloud application.
This article was written by Google Developer Community.
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