The App Engine Admin Console gives you complete access to the public version of your application. Access the Console by visiting the following link in your web browser:
Sign in with your Google account, or create one with an email address and password.
If you are using App Engine with your Google Apps account, you can sign in to App Engine for your domain using a URL similar to the following, where
your-domain.com is your Google Apps domain:
You can use the Administration Console to:
- Perform basic configuration (change application title, cookie expiration, authentication options, etc.).
- Set application performance options to manage cost and performance.
- View configured services.
- Set a new host domain.
- Disable datastore writes.
- Disable or delete your application
- Administer your datastore, backup/restore, copy and delete data.
- Migrate from the Master/Slave to the High Replication Datastore.
- Split traffic between different versions of your application.
- View application instances.
- View resource utilization and performance statistics.
- Experimental: Report problems via the Report Production Issue button. This is for reporting problems with the service; e.g., if you haven't changed your program but suddenly see spikes in latency or errors.
- Change user roles, invite other people to be developers for your application, so they can access the Console and upload new versions of the code.
- Create a new application with a free appspot.com sub-domain, or a top-level domain name of your choosing.
- View request and error logs, and analyze traffic.
- Manage task queues, allowing for pausing, purging, and deleting queues.
- Manage individual tasks in a task queue, allowing for viewing, deleting, or running individual tasks immediately.
- Test new versions of your application, and switch the version that your users see.
- View Memcache statistics, flush the cache, view and edit Memcache values.
See Uploading an App (Java), Uploading an App (Python), or Uploading an App (Go) for information about uploading your application's code to App Engine and other features for interacting with your live application.