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Modeling Business Transactions – 1 (For SaaS Pricing)

In the blog “Transforming a server application to cloud application“, I have talked about the changes required in business functions to transform an application to a cloud application. ...
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Transforming a server application to cloud application

On-premise products are architected and designed for server operating environment i.e., they are web-based applications. SaaS, on the other hand is a cloud application (an application ...
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Architecting a Multi-tenant Application

A multi-tenant application is an application where a single running instance serves many customers. An alternative to multi-tenancy is managed services, where one running instance is ...
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Preventing System.exit calls

When developing containers that run code written by other developers it is prudent to safe-guard against System.exit calls. If a developer inadvertently calls System.exit and deploys ...
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HOW TO: Stereotyping a java Class

In this HowTo post I will show how we can stereotype a class with another class. Why is this useful?When there are a lot of BCI’ing happening in your project, it is not prudent ...
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Using serialization to find dirty fields in an object

Say you are developing a framework to auto-save objects into a database. You need to detect changes made between two saves, so that only modified fields are saved. How to detect dirty ...
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Customization in Saas using Plug and Play Architecture

There exists a lot of design patterns, architectures and design concepts that can be applied to technical aspects of implementing a product. For eg., we have MVC architecture that isolates ...
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