Topic: software as a service

premium Framework & language — Top 5 things for software developers to consider in SaaS

SaaS (software-as-a-service) development has evolved significantly over the past decade. Traditional desktop applications move to the cloud, and iterate faster due to the limited nature of supported devices and open-source software teams have to maintain. Desktop applications can now be overcome easily with the adoption of the open-source Electron framework, wrapping around a hosted SaaS … continue reading

Guest View: Subscription models fuel innovation

With the immense success of cloud platforms and Software–as-a-Service (SaaS) models on one hand and the increase of subscription services on the other, it’s clear that software offered as a subscription is becoming the new standard. In fact, as early as 2015, Gartner estimated that by 2020, 80 percent of vendors would adopt a subscription … continue reading

Guest View: SaaS security: Getting it right the first time

In my previous article, “Why developers are struggling with SaaS,” I talked about the three most important building blocks of software-as-a-service (SaaS) architecture: security, performance, and data backup and recovery. Now I want to dive deep into SaaS security. In order to be relevant in today’s dynamic cybersecurity climate, SaaS applications must be hyper-focused on … continue reading

Guest View: Why developers are struggling with SaaS

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is fast becoming the established way of selling software. Companies as big as Google and Microsoft are focusing on the SaaS model due to the many ways in which it opens up new revenue streams. Many of the biggest software IPOs to have in the last few years have been SaaS-related. However, there … continue reading

Microsoft announces new SaaS offering: Microsoft Flow

In an effort to help organizations automate time-consuming tasks, Microsoft is introducing Microsoft Flow, a new SaaS solution designed to work with critical e-mails, notify team members when a task is updated, automate workflows, synchronize files, collect data, and track and follow up with new sales leads. “Every organization faces constant pressure to do more … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Continuous delivery adoption rates rising

Perforce announced research that showed continuous delivery becoming more popular and growing beyond SaaS … continue reading

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