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August 09, 2011

SaaS Tenant's Advanced Version Launched by Leo TechnoSoft

An advanced version of SaaS (News - Alert) Tenant 2.0 has been launched by Leo TechnoSoft. SaaS applications can be now built by ISVs in months with the latest version 2.1 of the indigenous SaaS framework SaaS Tenant. An announcement in this regard has been made by the R&D Center for product development and IT services, Leo TechnoSoft.

With lower capital requirements, ISVs will be able to get their SaaS offerings to market 40-60% faster with this framework. With reduced ongoing maintenance needs, ISVs will be able to leverage their existing tools and expertise by staying .NET (News - Alert) native.

In a release, Satyen Jain, director of Leo TechnoSoft said, “The framework “SaaS Tenant” is the modern abstraction layer for cloud applications, automating multi-tenancy and other critical SaaS architecture and business functionality, required for ISVs and enterprises to realize the revenue and efficiency gains made possible by the cloud. Utilizing ‘SaaS Tenant’ can help save companies millions in development costs, simplify enterprise IT management of applications and ensure that development teams can focus exclusively on the business's core software.”

Any number of instances is stitched into a single, multi-tenant resource pool by “SaaS Tenant”. “SaaS Tenant” can be deployed either on-premises or in the cloud. Architecture qualities like multi-tenancy, scale-out, and high availability out of the box can be inherited by applications which live as guests on “SaaS Tenant”.

Mission critical capabilities are provided by “SaaS Tenant“ services which seamlessly integrate with applications. Point and click web portals can be used to manage these capabilities which include application patching, end user provisioning, identity federation, and usage metering. Apart from simplicity in development and deployment, “SaaS Tenant” provides value to enterprise IT with automation of workflows and use of shared architecture services.

The challenges of building SaaS frameworks have been overcome by Leo TechnoSoft by building scalable & reusable SaaS components. A more advanced version of the already launched SaaS Tenant 1.0 and 2.0 is now available for clients.

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Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell
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