[mod_python] Regarding SAAS developement

rahul rahul.warhekar at edisphere.com
Wed Jul 16 05:17:07 EDT 2008


If you mean to compare and contrast, we can't really say until you

give us some aspect to comment on :)


In that case I want to compare python & java.

And also I would like to know more about "framework related to Service
Oriented Architecture."

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Subject: Re: [mod_python] Regarding SAAS developement


On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:27 AM, rahul <rahul.warhekar at edisphere.com> wrote:


> Hello,


> SAAS means Software as a Service.

> To be more precise I would like to know whether python is fully supported

> my requirements of SAAS development (as means: Multi-tenancy, Security,

> features for GUI design, etc.....).


Supported/suitable how? SaaS seems more of a business model than a

software model. Building a service securely and multi-tenant style can

be done in any decent language - the language itself has fairly little

to do with it.


To me, the more interesting details would be scalability implications

of servers/frameworks, ease of speedy prototyping/coding (which is one

of the reasons I currently use python a bunch), and library

availability for given goals.


Things like GUI design is often entirely unrelated to the language too

- even when there is a GUI toolkit in the standard library, it tends

to make some quite specific design choices that some people will

always disagree with. In reality, people will often make GUI design

decisions often come down to personal comfort of a particular

style/specific library/framework's way of doing it. If GUIs are

central to your business, you should probably have some good

discussion of how and in what you want to develop them; some platforms

make creating some (often specific) types/complexities of GUI a lot

simpler, but it also depends on your goals, coders, and such.


If you mean to compare and contrast, we can't really say until you

give us some aspect to comment on :)





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