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Tag: SaaS on AWS

Introducing the SaaS Enablement Framework for AWS Partners

The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model presents developers with a new landscape of technical, operational, and deployment considerations. Fully embracing the agility profile of SaaS often means re-thinking the fundamentals of how you approach your business. This is further complicated by the fact that there is no single strategy for implementing SaaS solutions. […]

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Migrating Applications to SaaS: Rethinking Your Design

In my previous blog post in this series, I outlined some strategies for migrating applications to the software as a service (SaaS) model. That first post focused on minimally invasive approaches that allowed organizations to move existing solutions to AWS without altering the fundamentals of their application’s design or architecture. While limiting the moving parts […]

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Migrating Applications to SaaS: A Minimally Invasive Approach

The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model is very compelling to many organizations. Agility, market responsiveness, shared infrastructure costs—they all represent an opportunity for businesses to transform their approach to how they build, operate, and monetize their products. The reality, however, is that these same organizations often have a significant investment in their existing […]

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Managing SaaS Users with Amazon Cognito

User management is one of those fundamental concepts that must be tackled by every software as a service (SaaS) provider. There are a handful of approaches that are commonly used to address this need. Some teams prefer to build out their own user management services while others rely on third-party identity providers to fill this […]

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Optimizing SaaS Tenant Workflows and Costs

Designing robust software as a service (SaaS) solutions often requires developers to find new and creative strategies for optimizing their applications. Pouring all your customers into a shared, multi-tenant environment places an even higher premium on identifying opportunities to remove bottlenecks and improve each customer’s experience. The smallest flaw can have a compounding impact that […]

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“Friends Don’t Let Friends Build Data Centers”

Reflections on the two-year anniversary of Infor going all-in with AWS Two short years ago at the AWS 2014 San Francisco Summit, Infor CEO Charles Phillips stated, “friends don’t let friends build data centers’’ and announced that Infor, a leading provider of industry-specific ERP solutions, was taking a cloud-first development approach and going “all-in” with […]

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Modeling SaaS Tenant Profiles on AWS

Editor’s note: For the latest information, visit the SaaS on AWS website. By Tod Golding, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Most software companies understand the importance of being customer focused. The adoption of agile software development practices was heavily influenced by the needs of software organizations to connect to, and focus on, the continually evolving […]

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Helping Customers Do More with Data – Introducing mLab, Formerly Known as MongoLab

Formed in 2011, MongoLab’s goal is to make software developers more productive. An Advanced APN Technology Partner and AWS SaaS Partner, MongoLab offers customers a fully managed cloud database service featuring automated provisioning and scaling of MongoDB databases, backup and recovery, 24/7 monitoring and alerting, web-based management tools, and expert support. Looking forward, the team […]

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