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Spring JPA Hibernate and mysql Application in Google App Engine (GAE)

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I am very new to cloud environment, sorry for this simple questions. We have application which is using (Html 5 + Spring + JPA + Hibernate + MySql Database). I would like host this application on cloud. (Google App Engine).

I would like to do two things on this application, deploy the application in organization itself as Intra Application since we want to reduce Internet Access (considering internet connectivity and provide better performance to the users) and deploy the same application on Google App Engine for different set of users (here considering that not many people will access this application but still some people will access from different countries).

The following are my question.

1. Google App Engine supports (HTML 5 + Spring + JPA + Hibernate) Applications to host?
2. Can we keep database (mysql) on our organization itself? if yes, then how GAE hosted application can connect our database? can you please share if any example code for this?
3. is it Better to place database server in our organization itself or on GAE side?

can you please suggest?

Can you please share if any sample application/example/article found?
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