Comparing PaaS offerings in light of SaaS development

  title={Comparing PaaS offerings in light of SaaS development},
  author={Stefan Walraven and Eddy Truyen and Wouter Joosen},
Software vendors increasingly aim to apply the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model instead of the traditional on-premise model. Platforms-as-a-Service (PaaS), such as Google App Engine and Windows Azure, deliver a computing platform and solution stack as a service, but they also aim to facilitate the development of cloud applications (SaaS). Such PaaS offerings should enable third parties to build and deliver multi-tenant SaaS applications while shielding the complexity of the… CONTINUE READING
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