Lessons I’ve learned deploying SaaS software on-prem

If the best way to learn something is to teach it, then I’ve learned a surprising amount by guiding customers through on-premises deployments of our SaaS application. Dealing with flaky DB migrations on Windows machines is a far cry from operating our fine-tuned AWS VPC. I’m glad we bit the bullet and deployed on-prem early … Continue reading Lessons I’ve learned deploying SaaS software on-prem

Office 365 PowerShell queries via REST: Maximizing the Kloudless Pass-through API

In our previous post, we announced the availability of the Kloudless Pass-through API. The Pass-through API enables your application to make API requests directly to third-party services, while still using Kloudless’s unified APIs. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to access the Office 365 PowerShell via the Kloudless REST API to perform administrative tasks … Continue reading Office 365 PowerShell queries via REST: Maximizing the Kloudless Pass-through API

Announcing the Kloudless Pass-through API

We are excited to announce the general availability of the new Kloudless Pass-through API endpoint. The Pass-through API enables your application to access the full functionality of the third-party software service by performing API requests directly to the service. Kloudless continues to ensure any relevant authentication information like refreshed access tokens are included in the … Continue reading Announcing the Kloudless Pass-through API

A primer on debugging Native Client code in Chrome

This isn’t your father’s your average client-side app. Native what? Yesterday, I was faced with an unfamiliar 10k line C program that did custom image manipulation. It takes in two arguments: an input image file and a destination for the resulting output file. This is straightforward to run on the server-side, but I don’t want … Continue reading A primer on debugging Native Client code in Chrome