“This service-based model of software is
Saas (noun) ˈsas : one in which services are conﬁgured to
meet a speciﬁc set of requirements at a
point in time, executed and discarded -
the vision of instant service, thus
conforming to the widely accepted
deﬁnition of service:”
source: service-based software: the future for ﬂexible software
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