SaaS / Multi-tenant Architecture
Easy to learn, easy to use.
Many businesses today recognize the advantages of cloud-based applications that use the software as a service (SaaS) model: quicker installation and easier upgrades, reduced infrastructure and maintenance costs, more operational flexibility.
Osprey’s development team has built complex applications that are delivered via the SaaS model to multiple clients and provide ironclad security for sensitive proprietary data. The Osprey cloud-based applications have proven to be easy to learn, easy to use, easy for clients to custom-configure.
Osprey designed SaaS solutions which utilize multi-tenancy, a principle in software architecture where a single instance of the software runs on a server, serving multiple client-organizations (tenants). With a multi-tenant architecture, a software application is designed to virtually partition its data and configuration, and each client organization works with a customized virtual application instance.
Microsoft™ Technology Stack
Making magic with Microsoft™
We have extensive experience in building complex applications that take full advantage of the Microsoft™ technology stack. Using Microsoft™ technologies, we have built mission-critical software systems for companies like Fidelity Investments, Raytheon and Partners Healthcare.
Our deep expertise in the Microsoft™ technology stack includes:
- The .NET Framework is the basis for all of our development. We use C# as the preferred language, but we are capable of meeting our client’s needs for any of the .NET languages.
- ASP.NET MVC and HTML5 is the technology we prefer for rapid web application development.
- Window Presentation Foundation (WPF) is our preferred technology for Windows-based smart client applications.
- Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is what we use to implement tiered service-oriented applications.
- SQL Server and SQL Server Reporting Services is the database technology we have used for many business applications. We also have large scale success with Oracle and DB2 implementations.
- SharePoint is the collaboration tool we often use for enterprise integration.