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  1. Microsoft Partners with Techcello : Live Webcast https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032544123&Culture=en-US&community=1 Topic : Building Multi-tenant, configurable, high quality applications on .NET for any cloud – Demystify In this webinar, you will learn about the design and architectural principles to be followed for a multi-tenant application that can be deployed on any cloud (private or public). Some of the topics to be covered include, non-functional requirements, scalability, security, tenant hierarchy, customization of views, business rules and workflows. You will also learn how to weave multi-tenancy, security and configurability in to a cohesive framework that is loosely coupled, easily extensible and independently upgradable. For a detailed agenda please see: http://blog.techcello.com/2013/01/building-multi-tenant-configurable-high-quality-applications-on-net-for-any-cloud-demystified/
  2. Microsoft Partners with Techcello : Live Webcast https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032544123&Culture=en-US&community=1 Topic : Building Multi-tenant, configurable, high quality applications on .NET for any cloud – Demystify In this webinar, you will learn about the design and architectural principles to be followed for a multi-tenant application that can be deployed on any cloud (private or public). Some of the topics to be covered include, non-functional requirements, scalability, security, tenant hierarchy, customization of views, business rules and workflows. You will also learn how to weave multi-tenancy, security and configurability in to a cohesive framework that is loosely coupled, easily extensible and independently upgradable. For a detailed agenda please see: http://blog.techcello.com/2013/01/building-multi-tenant-configurable-high-quality-applications-on-net-for-any-cloud-demystified/
  3. As Project Managers and Delivery heads we face multiple challenges both technical and non technical. We are expected to manage risks and deliver success with limited resources and time. We have to go beyond conventional methods and look at new paradigms and approaches. Framework driven development is one such paradigm.The webinar will discuss the strategic and tactical benefits of using development frameworks and platforms, from the perspective of PMs and Delivery leaders.Kindly register yourself and nominate your colleagues as well. Please access the below link for the samehttp://www.techcello.com/Workshop_for_Project_Managers_and_Delivery_Heads_date.html
  4. Techcello : Special Offer for MSDN Subscribers http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions/dd347470.aspx
  5. Techcello is a Cloud ready Multi-tenant Application Development Platform that is being used by ISVs, Enterprises, BPO / HRO / KPOs and e-Governance vendors to build Configurable, Scalable and Multi-tenant Applications that can be deployed anywhere : from on-premise Windows / SQL boxes to Data centers, Private Cloud or Public Cloud such as Amazon and Windows Azure. It is a productized multi-tenant NFR stack on top of .NET that saves 30-40% of cost and time to market. Some of the new and enhanced features of cello 4.0 include : • Tenant – Sub tenant Hierarchy, • Unlimited parent – child tenant nesting • Support for Virtual tenants (Example Country or SBU as a tenant) • Tenant configuration templates • Tenant data scope • End user customizable business rules • End user customizable workflow designer • Entity framework support “Techcello’s innovative technologies enhance the Microsoft .NET ecosystem and help provide Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 developers the tools they need to successfully build and deploy cloud-based applications,” said Tom Lindeman, Director of the Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program at Microsoft. For further information please visit www.techcello.com or contact info@techcello.com
  6. A lot has been written about SaaS as a business model for monetizing software applications. But there is another dimension to SaaS – which is the technical and architectural dimension. If we have to host a separate server instance for each customer, if we have to maintain a separate code base for each customer, it still remains an ASP model not SaaS. So SaaS automatically implies Multi-tenancy, Configurability, Scalability and a distributed Data Architecture. And a tenant need not mean a customer. Countries, Distributors or SBUs could be virtual tenants with a hierarchical relationship with the actual customers / user groups using the application. Whether it is for an ISV, Enterprise or Government, whether it is for hosting on-premise, private cloud or public cloud, techcello knows the real challenges of engineering a Multi-tenant SaaS application in all its depth and complexity. Like we have productized the engineering and architectural expertise in the form of a platform, we are proud to share this expertise in the form of an e-book. Presenting Part 1 of our e-book… http://www.techcello.com/techcello-resources/techcello-resources-white-papers
  7. http://cloudbestpractices.net/2012/08/27/private-cloud-2-0-cmap/ Cloud ready Multi-tenant Application Development Platform from Techcello, featured at “Cloud Computing Best Practices”
  8. Paper presented by Techcello @ CloudConnect 2012 From using PaaS platforms such as Force.com to complete ground-up development, there are many ways to build or migrate to a multi-tenant SaaS Architecture. The session / paper explored the various decision factors involved in choosing a suitable alternative. CTOs and architects got an overview of the various approaches, the technical as well as commercial implications of each approach and the best practices to be followed. To download : http://techcello.com/techcello-resources/techcello-resources-white-papers
  9. Monday, 11th June 2012. Techcello today announced an increase in price of its developer licenses effective July 15th 2012, coinciding with the release of its version 4.0. The Cloud ready Multi-tenant Application Development Platform provided by Techcello is used by Enterprises, ISVs and BPOs to build new .NET applications or migrate existing .NET applications to a Multi-tenant SaaS architecture. Director of Product Management @ Techcello, Ram Kumar said that the prices of production licenses will remain the same. The developer licenses will be priced between USD 3000 to USD 2000, depending on the volume of licenses bought. For the actual price list, please visit : http://www.techcello.com/techcello-value-proposition-pricing
  10. Is it really possible to provide “End user customizable” business rules and workflows in a multi-tenant .NET application with a single code base? How can we do this without compromising on development time flexibility, run time performance, cloud ready architecture and scalability? Techcello will be hosting a webinar on this topic on June 15th, Friday 1:30 PM EDT Register : https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/124103232 For more information : http://blog.techcello.com
  11. Here is my quick perspective on how HTML5 may change things in the Mobility space, last few years have been all about native apps and of late we have been hearing a lot about Mobile Web apps built using HTML5 and how it is going to transform the world of apps. (For the purpose of this blog, whenever I refer to HTML5 it means HTML5 + CSS3 + JavaScript) So let us start with this question, why consumers like Native apps so much. Look and feel of the apps Application Performance Device Level Features (Camera, Geo-location, Accelerometer etc) Access to resources (Contacts, Calendar and Files) 2D/3D Graphics Libraries (leverage hardware acceleration) Touch events and Gestures Pain points on the Native app side App Store Approval Process Upgrade Process Revenue Sharing with Platform Vendors No Cross Platform Support Learning Curve Cost of development and Maintenance What if I tell you, you can get all of these native app benefits and also overcome all the pains points using mobile Web apps, wouldn’t that be exciting? I believe your answer would be an absolute “Yes”. At this point in time HTML5 specification is still a working draft and will reach candidate recommendation stage by 2012. Nevertheless most of the browsers have already started supporting HTML5 features, if you want to find out what are the HTML5 features your browser is supporting, take a quick test using this site http://mobilehtml5.org/. HTML5 can do a lot for you but let me try to cover some of the important features it offers Simplified semantics (concise and easily readable) In-built support for Video and Audio (no plugins required) HTML5 based games - WebGL, CSS3 and SVG Improved app performance Download JS in the background (Web Workers) Cache your entire application using Cache Manifest Client storage mechanism like Web storage and DB storage New Input type like Email/URL/Date – Don’t need Validation by JavaScript [*]Access all device level features (Geo-location, Camera etc) [*]Multi-touch events Does that really mean that Native apps would slowly fade-out in about 2 to 3 years? Not really, though the dominance of Native apps over Web would even-out to quite an extent. I believe content based industries would be more inclined to Web Apps while Gaming industry towards Native apps, Consumer industry would opt for both Native and Web app to have maximum customer touch points and Enterprises would go for HTML5 to reduce the cost and enable BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Though we say that HTML5 would enable build once and run anywhere, it has its own set of challenges to overcome; one would be cross browser compatibility on HTML5 feature-set, not all features are available on all browsers, and they are implemented as and when the specifications are out. If you are implementing HTML5 features make sure to test them on all top browsers and implement workarounds if they are not supported on specific browsers. Secondly the varied real estate across mobiles and tablets would mean that you still have to either tweak your layouts or implement UI themes based on the device display (nevertheless it is still much less work than building native apps for each of the platforms separately). Finally, when it comes to new device based features like NFC, Web apps would always have some catching up to be done until those respective APIs can be accessed through browsers. And with lot more innovation to come-in on device level features, native would continue to have its edge there. Nevertheless I would say that Web App would be much more powerful than before and in most cases would act as a good alternative to Native apps. Author: Vinod Kankaria Manager - Mobility Practice Aspire System Inc http://in.linkedin.com/in/vinodkankaria vinodkankaria.blogspot.com For more details visit:http://aspire-mobility.blogspot.com/