SaaSGrid Express Cloud Middleware Now Available for Free Download

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Free downloadable cloud middleware solution is a definitive step in democratizing the complex requirements for software-as-a-service success in the cloud. Apprenda's SaaSGrid Express is based on the full featured SaaSGrid, the company’s leading application server for software-as-a-service (SaaS). Unveiled on June 1, SaaSGrid Express is available for immediate download, and provides a complete foundation on which to deliver Microsoft .NET based applications as mature software-as-a-service offerings with the lowest cost of ongoing operations.

Software companies and Microsoft .NET developers can build, deploy and onboard customers to their applications enabled by SaaSGrid Express, providing them with significant revenue streams without incurring SaaSGrid licensing costs.

Apprenda today released SaaSGrid Express, a free, downloadable product based on the full featured SaaSGrid, the company’s leading application server for software-as-a-service (SaaS). Unveiled on June 1, SaaSGrid Express is available for immediate download, and provides a complete foundation on which to deliver Microsoft .NET based applications as mature software-as-a-service offerings with the lowest cost of ongoing operations.

Software companies and Microsoft .NET developers can build, deploy and onboard customers to their applications enabled by SaaSGrid Express, providing them with significant revenue streams without incurring SaaSGrid licensing costs.

Today, software companies spend countless hours and millions of dollars trying to build and maintain their own SaaS architecture and delivery systems. SaaSGrid Express is the definitive step in democratizing these complex requirements for software-as-a-service success in the cloud.

To download SaaSGrid Express, click here.

All of the main features and functions of the company’s flagship SaaSGrid application server have been ported to the self-installable SaaSGrid Express. Applications built on top of SaaSGrid Express inherit the necessary architectural qualities expected of mature, delivery-efficient cloud offerings without the requisite build effort. Current SaaSGrid customers have experienced 50 percent to 70 percent reduction in planned engineering time and associated costs.

For software companies with existing Microsoft .NET-based applications, SaaSGrid Express will prove equally valuable, providing an immediate path to entry into the SaaS market by modifying and transforming their single-tenant code base into a single-instance, multi-tenant offering that can be scaled-out based upon need.

Recognized Leader in Cloud Middleware

The release of SaaSGrid Express is just the latest in a series of milestones for Apprenda.
The firm recently released its SaaSGrid API for Silverlight, removing much of the complexity for developers looking to use Microsoft's single-tenant client-side platform as the front end for their SaaS applications. And, in November 2009 top tier VC firm New Enterprise Associates (NEA) invested $5 million along with High Peaks Venture Partners, to expand SaaSGrid's market presence. Some of NEA’s past successes in the SaaS and infrastructure software include Salesforce.com, WebEx, XenSource and Juniper Networks. Apprenda was also recognized recently in the AlwaysOn OnDemand Top 100, SYSCON Cloud Computing Top 250, and SaaSGrid has been cited in numerous analyst reports as a key technology to evaluate.

About Apprenda
Apprenda is the creator of SaaSGrid, the industry’s leading Application Server for Software as a Service (SaaS). As a new breed of cloud middleware, SaaSGrid solves the upfront and ongoing technical and business challenges of delivering software as a service. By smashing significant technical hurdles like single instance multi-tenancy and grid scalability, while at the same time providing “out of the box” application services like billing and subscriber management, application lifecycle management, and much more, SaaSGrid is helping software companies achieve sustained market leadership through superior software delivery.

For more information visit Apprenda's website at: http://www.apprenda.com.

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