Concept of software as a service

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In a world where multi-year, multi-million dollar software migrations are the norm, we’re doing things differently. It took 21 days from signing our contract to having our system deployed to our investors. All we had to do was give the Juniper Square team access to our spreadsheets and systems, and they took care of the rest. The team is professional, they know real estate and our business, and they make the process painless. I can highly recommend Juniper Square.

Please enter your email address below to get in touch with the Juniper Square team and schedule a demo. Due to the fallacies of distributed computing, finding an adequate granularity is hard. Ideally, each service operation maps to a single business function, although if a single operation can provide multiple functions without adding design complexity or increasing message sizes, this generality can reduce implementation and usage costs. Web services are accessed remotely and calls to web service operation create more network overhead. Reducing the number of service requests reduces that overhead. Coarse-grained services may pass more data than fine-grained services, including data that is not specifically required for the task.