SAAS App Development

SAAS Application Development

With all the hype around building Cloud apps, companies are rushing in to join the race to reach the Clouds. Even companies that offers hosted applications today realize that the ever increasing requirements to add more features and platform capabilities stretches their organization by increasing costs, demands for specialized IT developers, and risk as complexity rises. ISVs and Service Providers know that SaaS offerings represent a great revenue growth opportunity for them but they need to accelerate their time to market with their solution, preserve their branding and user experience uniqueness and differentiation, and reduce costs of delivery so they can maximize profitably. As the world is increasingly turning towards the lower cost of on demand infrastructure and on the go accessibility of software solutions, a SaaS model works perfectly for a business that is looking at developing a system or a product that will give users the flexibility they need. Srija enable ISV’s to move and take the business advantage of SaaS onto Cloud. Srija facilitates the development of a new generation of highly specialized SaaS applications by creating a Cloud-based framework, specifically designed to expose defined business processes for integration within and between applications and organizations. Srija helps clients to develop a robust architecture with multi-tenant, scalable functionality or, re-architecting existing applications to leverage on the full capabilities of the Cloud model. .

Srija’s SAAS Application Development Services

*         SaaS on to Cloud consulting.

*         Migrating LOB Applications onto cloud.

*         Multi-tenant SaaS Application development and design

*         SaaS Hosting evaluation and Performance management.

*         Mobile App Development


What we did so far:

*         Defining pricing and billing rules to suit the ‘pay-as-you-go’ model ( Business Model Consulting).

*         Seamless implementation of new features, patches and bug fixes

*         Integration with other applications through a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).


Cloud Service Brokerage

Cloud Service Brokerage

By 2015, more than 20% of all Cloud services will be intermediated via Cloud Service Brokerage.
Gartner’s Cloud Computing Report. If your company is moving parts of its business to the Cloud, you’re probably realizing that it’s not all that simple. Although users consume a large portion of Cloud services directly, the diversity and complexity of direct Cloud services consumption and associated management issues are driving users toward Cloud service brokerage to simplify and improve the process. Eventually, Evolving Cloud ecosystem role consensus of CSB importance among the analysts.
A Cloud service broker is an intermediate layer between Cloud vendors and its users providing various services such as selection, aggregation, integration, performance management and security etc. Srija makes it easier for organizations to consume and maintain Cloud services, particularly when they span multiple providers. With Srija, clients can develop new applications on top of public SaaS combined with existing core IP, introduce new services from public SaaS over time and enable existing on-premise assets as chargeable Cloud services. Srija’s goal is to make the service more specific to the client, to integrate or aggregate services, to enhance the security, or to do anything which adds a significant layer of value (i.e. capabilities) to the original Cloud services being offered.
We simply make provisioning of Cloud services more easily accessible and viable for enterprises, providing the benefits of Cloud economics alongside the governance & control enterprises need over IT.

Srija’s Cloud Service Brokerage Services

*         Aggregates cloud into a simple “one-stop-shop” for procurement & management.

*         Helps consumers manage the complexity of cloud services.

*         Implements, integrates, aggregates, customizes cloud services.

*         Provides simple & easy access to cloud different solutions on different platforms.

What we did so far:

*         Integrate, source, procure, sustain, manage and govern.

*         Analyze performance, utilization and growth.

*         Manage SLAs, operating platforms, management, and security, growth planning & cost control.

Cloud Application Development

Cloud Application Development

If you are planning to build your app, you’ll become hostage to impending decisions in terms of technology, databases and programming languages. The real issue is what if you want to port your apps to another Cloud, bring them on-premise, or change the underlying technology, then you’re stuck with a huge risk and prohibitive cost.
IT projects don’t fail because of your DEV, QA or Production infrastructure set-up. They fail because the development process is broken! The Cloud can speed up infrastructure set-up, improve availability, and lower operational costs. But it doesn't help you deliver on-time and in-budget!
Srija delivers applications that are built-for-change, and where the space for change is accommodated across the application life-cycle.
Srija’s approach is designed to create the perfect balance between centralized hosting, governance and management together with developer freedom, productivity and time-to-market. The infrastructure team can manage a single set of servers with even better utilization targets than achieved by virtualization – while the developers can self-provision, manage and deploy a full middleware stack as needed. Developers can simply click to add users and services, develop new applications, and manage their own setup. New services automatically participate in and benefit from governance policies already in place. In addition, new service versions can be deployed and tested side-by-side with versions in production, allowing traffic to be carefully diverted to newer versions.

Srija’s Cloud Application Development Services

*         Reduced Development and Deployment Time.

*         Managed Production Workloads for Scalability & Failover.

*         Choice of Language and Frameworks.

*         Cloud Foundry-Based with Container Architecture.

What We did so far:

*         On-Demand Services.

*         Automated Provisioning and Deployment.

*         Incident and Problem Management.

*         Security, Compliance, and Risk Management.