Software-as-a-service (SaaS))

Today it is an era of Open Source. Companies are moving from Client- server applications and web based applications to cloud computing to minimize Total cost of ownership. Raintreehaving 5 years of experience in software development services, has predicted that 80% of business applications will be on cloud computing by 2020. Raintreehelps companies to enter into cloud computing by various ways as

    Migrating existing software applications to Cloud Computing enabled applications
    New Cloud enabled application development
    Consulting services for cloud enablement of existing software
    Application deployment on Hosted infrastructure
    E-commerce, B2B, B2C portal development and deployment
    Application maintenance of existing cloud enabled application
    Performance optimization and management of SaaS based application

What is SaaS?

Software as a Service (SaaS) has the potential to transform the way information-technology (IT) departments relate to and even think about their role as providers of computing services to the rest of the enterprise. The emergence of SaaS as an effective software-delivery mechanism creates an opportunity for IT departments to change their focus from deploying and supporting applications to managing the services that those applications provide. A successful service-centric IT, in turn, directly produces more value for the business by providing services that draw from both internal and external sources and align closely with business goals.

Benefits of Consuming SaaS

Of course, just because you can add SaaS to your IT infrastructure is not by itself a reason to do it; there has to be a viable business reason, too. SaaS offers substantial opportunities for organizations of all sizes to shift the risks of software acquisition, and to move IT from a reactive cost center to being a proactive, value-producing part of the enterprise.

Managing IT Focus

With SaaS, the job of deploying an application and keeping it running from day to day—testing and installing patches, managing upgrades, monitoring performance, ensuring high availability, and so forth—is handled by the provider. By transferring the responsibility for these "overhead" activities to a third party, the IT department can focus more on high-value activities that align with and support the business goals of the enterprise. Instead of being primarily reactive and operations-focused, the chief information officer (CIO) and IT staff can more effectively function as technology strategists to the rest of the company, working with business units to understand their business needs and advise them on how best to use technology to accomplish their objectives. Far from being made obsolete by SaaS, the IT department has an opportunity to contribute to the success of the enterprise more directly than ever before.

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