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Web Applications

Why design multitenant SaaS Applications

Quick response to consumer demand requires a technology stack that can react quickly to changing business needs while maintaining applications resiliency and reliability.

Why SaaS?

Your consumers are primarily driven by three factors

  • Experience of using your application

  • Safety and Privacy of his assets

  • Cost of availing your service ​​


From the application providers perspective, these requirements translate to:

  • Is your application available to your consumer when and where he requires?

  • Are you able to seamlessly provide him updated services what he requires with the change in time?

  • Is your application resilient to data leaks

  • Is your business able to adapt and transform quickly to satisfy his business needs while you stay competitive?


All of these requirements are currently best addressed by SaaS architecture than a legacy application. However, legacy application may still be the best answer in select few cases.

Key Benefits

There are several benefits that businesses can draw in each phase of an application lifecycle,  by moving their application from traditional model to SaaS model. Since this is a complete paradigm shift, this activity requires a well-planned approach to achieve the targeted goals. Here are few, but decision influencing benefits you may derive going SaaS way.


Responsive Interface

Allow user to access service from anywhere using any device.

Wider Audiance

Reach wider audiance with classified features

No Upgrades

Seamless upgrades and fix rollouts. No migration required

Simplified Licensing

Simple, time-based licensing tied to user. Allows easy trials

No Deployment

No need to download software and dependencies. Simply login

Understanding Risks with SaaS

SaaS applications could be hosted on internal servers, private cloud or on any good public cloud. These servers provide an interface to the entire world, this poses a great security risk to both application and data. The risk is even higher in the case of public cloud. As you and your customer both access privileged and nonprivileged content from outside world. Irrespective of how your SaaS application is hosted, here is what you may be risking.


  • Potential loss of revenue because of identity theft.

  • Potential loss of customer data leading to lawsuits.

  • Potential service interruptions leading to unsatisfied customers.

  • Loss of privileged data risking existence of business.

How we can help

SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS are all part of the same stack. At the bottom of the stack is IaaS and at the top is SaaS. At Cadence Data Soft we understand "XaaS" stack inside out because we had been instrumental in building these stacks for our customers.


We use some of the best technology available to build Web UI and the interfacing technologies for your SaaS applications.

The Web UI framework, the remote APIs, the BFFs together play a key role in giving crafting user experience, while giving consistent application behavior cross every channel. 

Back End

Auto-scaling SaaS Applications can be built with a nearly, endless number of features. These features cater to a large number of users while keeping a check on the infrastructure cost automatically.

A carefully architected solution along with the right choice of technologies help in balancing time to market vs extensibility, scalability, and security of the software solutions


Auto-scaling SaaS applications work in concert with the cloud infrastructure to deliver a frictionless solution experience to the end-users.
We devise microservices services to monitor infrastructure load in real-time. This allows us to spinout higher capacity as the load crosses thresholds either way.

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