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Key Factors Every ISV Should Know Before Moving to a SaaS Application Delivery Model
Many independent software vendors (ISVs) are transitioning to Software as a Service (SaaS) application delivery in addition to or instead of on-premise options in order to take advantage of the cloud’s economies of scale.
However, for most ISVs, building, deploying, and managing cloud applications is uncharted territory with many unknowns, and it can be difficult to find useful information and best practices amidst the wealth of literature out there aimed at enterprises− not ISVs.
This in-depth, three-part webcast teaches specific considerations for ISVs hoping to successfully leverage a SaaS application model, covering:
- Motivations for moving to SaaS
- Differences in requirements for ISVs vs. enterprises, and how they affect what you need to worry about when transitioning to a hosted model
- How the data architecture of your application has a significant impact on the functionality you’re able to offer to your customers
- And best practices to optimize data hosting.
View this first segment to discover the benefits that your ISV peers are seeing from moving to SaaS application delivery.
SpeakerEric Farrar Senior Product Manager SAP, SQL Anywhere
Eric is a Senior Software Product Manager for SAP and is responsible for direction and life cycle management of SQL Anywhere, the leading data management and enterprise synchronization solution for applications that operate outside the traditional data center. He has many years of experience delivering product demonstrations, technical and industry presentations, and authoring many articles. Eric holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo.