According to Leo Technosoft's press release, SaaSTenant 2.0 enables ISVs to implement scalability and multitenancy with relative ease - taking some of the stress out of making sure your product supports the most basic business benefits of cloud services.
In addition, the SaaSTenant framework includes application services like license management, metering and billing, subscriber management, and multi-portal management.
The idea of a time-saving cloud application development framework isn't a new one. (See examples here and here). Moreover, companies like Parallels are working with ISVs and hosting companies to move legacy applications into the cloud.
As the cloud services market heats up, more and more developers want in, and infrastructure providers and cloud service providers alike have a vested interest in helping them get there.
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