Patents by Inventor Dileep Burki

Dileep Burki has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20170366470
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for identifying computing resources specified by a representation of a computing service. In some implementations, a request to analyze a computing service provided via a computing environment may be received. The computing service may have an activated state in which the computing service is available for use and a deactivated state in which the computing service is not available for use. The computing environment may comprise a plurality of computing resources each defining a variable unit of computing functionality within the computing environment. Each computing resource may be associated with a respective parameter corresponding with a respective parameter value that specifies a level of the variable unit of computing functionality defined by the computing resource. The computing service may be represented by a metadata model comprising a plurality of nodes, at least some of which specify a respective one or more of the parameter values.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 30, 2017
    Publication date: December 21, 2017
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Patent number: 9781049
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for identifying computing resources specified by a representation of a computing service. In some implementations, a request to analyze a computing service provided via a computing environment may be received. The computing service may have an activated state in which the computing service is available for use and a deactivated state in which the computing service is not available for use. The computing environment may comprise a plurality of computing resources each defining a variable unit of computing functionality within the computing environment. Each computing resource may be associated with a respective parameter corresponding with a respective parameter value that specifies a level of the variable unit of computing functionality defined by the computing resource. The computing service may be represented by a metadata model comprising a plurality of nodes, at least some of which specify a respective one or more of the parameter values.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Date of Patent: October 3, 2017
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Patent number: 9647922
    Abstract: Disclosed are methods, apparatus, systems, and computer readable storage media for trials onboarding. A server may receive a request to generate a trial instance of an organization providing data and functionality for a period of time. Data on the request may also be stored. The trial instance may be selected from a template based on an access channel corresponding to the request.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 15, 2014
    Date of Patent: May 9, 2017
    Assignee: salesforce, inc.
    Inventors: William Charles Mortimore, Jr., George John Murnock, Jr., Reid A. Elliott, Ture Hoefner, Robert Michael Fitzpatrick, Dileep Burki, Doug Bitting, Erik Jeffrey Nierenberg, Akhilesh Gupta
  • Patent number: 9037722
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for provisioning computing services. In some implementations, a plurality of computing resources available within a computing environment are identified. The plurality of computing resources may be capable of being used to provide computing services via the computing environment. Each of the computing resources may comprise a respective unit of computing functionality available within the computing environment. A plurality of dependency relationships among the computing resources may be identified. Based on the identified dependency relationships, a first one or more of the computing resources may be selected for inclusion in a license definition. A license conforming to the license definition may provide an entity with access to the computing functionality associated with the first one or more computing resources.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Date of Patent: May 19, 2015
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Patent number: 8904011
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for creating a representation of dependency relationships between computing resources within a computing environment. In some implementations, one or more sources for dependency analysis may be identified. Each source may be capable of being accessed to provide computing functionality via the computing environment. Each source may include one or more references to a respective one or more computing resources. Each computing resource may define a unit of the computing functionality available within the computing environment. A plurality of dependency relationships may be identified based on the one or more sources. A dependency relationship representation may be created based on the identified dependency relationships.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 7, 2013
    Date of Patent: December 2, 2014
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Publication number: 20140344435
    Abstract: Disclosed are methods, apparatus, systems, and computer readable storage media for trials onboarding. A server may receive a request to generate a trial instance of an organization providing data and functionality for a period of time. Data on the request may also be stored. The trial instance may be selected from a template based on an access channel corresponding to the request.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 15, 2014
    Publication date: November 20, 2014
    Inventors: William Charles Mortimore, JR., George John Murnock, JR., Reid A. Elliott, Ture Hoefner, Robert Michael Fitzpatrick, Dileep Burki, Doug Bitting, Erik Jeffrey Nierenberg, Akhilesh Gupta
  • Patent number: 8775946
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for providing a user interface component. In some implementations, a request for the user interface component may be received at a computing device. The user interface component may have a default visual presentation. A branding override may be selected from a plurality of available branding overrides. The branding override may define a modification to the default visual presentation of the user interface component. The branding override may be selected based on one or more contextual variables associated with the request for the user interface component. The user interface component may be modified in accordance with the selected branding override. The user interface component may be displayed on a display device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Date of Patent: July 8, 2014
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Patent number: 8769704
    Abstract: Embodiments are described for providing access by application vendors to applications deployed in an enterprise network environment. A package access system defines a support user class in a user profile database for an application executed within organization resources maintained in a multi-tenant data store. The support user is granted read only privileges to metadata of the application. An organization administrator can grant the application vendor access to the application as a support user, allowing the vendor to view and analyze the metadata. The organization administrator can further grant access by a specific support representative to the application as a specific user within the organization user for a limited term. The support representative can then log into the organization and access and use the application in order to diagnose any post-installation usage problems with the application.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 9, 2011
    Date of Patent: July 1, 2014
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Prasad Peddada, Dileep Burki, Theresa Vietvu, Steven Tamm, Logan Henriquez, Andrew Smith
  • Patent number: 8443085
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for creating a representation of dependency relationships between computing resources within a computing environment. In some implementations, one or more sources for dependency analysis may be identified. Each source may be capable of being accessed to provide computing functionality via the computing environment. Each source may include one or more references to a respective one or more computing resources. Each computing resource may define a unit of the computing functionality available within the computing environment. A plurality of dependency relationships may be identified based on the one or more sources. A dependency relationship representation may be created based on the identified dependency relationships.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Date of Patent: May 14, 2013
    Assignee: salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Publication number: 20120066755
    Abstract: Embodiments are described for providing access by application vendors to applications deployed in an enterprise network environment. A package access system defines a support user class in a user profile database for an application executed within organization resources maintained in a multi-tenant data store. The support user is granted read only privileges to metadata of the application. An organization administrator can grant the application vendor access to the application as a support user, allowing the vendor to view and analyze the metadata. The organization administrator can further grant access by a specific support representative to the application as a specific user within the organization user for a limited term. The support representative can then log into the organization and access and use the application in order to diagnose any post-installation usage problems with the application.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 9, 2011
    Publication date: March 15, 2012
    Applicant: Salesforce.com, inc.
    Inventors: Prasad Peddada, Dileep Burki, Theresa Vietvu, Steven Tamm, Logan Henriquez, Andrew Smith
  • Publication number: 20110276892
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for providing a user interface component. In some implementations, a request for the user interface component may be received at a computing device. The user interface component may have a default visual presentation. A branding override may be selected from a plurality of available branding overrides. The branding override may define a modification to the default visual presentation of the user interface component. The branding override may be selected based on one or more contextual variables associated with the request for the user interface component. The user interface component may be modified in accordance with the selected branding override. The user interface component may be displayed on a display device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Publication date: November 10, 2011
    Applicant: SALESFORCE.COM, INC.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Publication number: 20110276693
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for provisioning computing services. In some implementations, a plurality of computing resources available within a computing environment are identified. The plurality of computing resources may be capable of being used to provide computing services via the computing environment. Each of the computing resources may comprise a respective unit of computing functionality available within the computing environment. A plurality of dependency relationships among the computing resources may be identified. Based on the identified dependency relationships, a first one or more of the computing resources may be selected for inclusion in a license definition. A license conforming to the license definition may provide an entity with access to the computing functionality associated with the first one or more computing resources.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Publication date: November 10, 2011
    Applicant: salesforce.com, Inc.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Publication number: 20110276890
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for identifying computing resources specified by a representation of a computing service. In some implementations, a request to analyze a computing service provided via a computing environment may be received. The computing service may have an activated state in which the computing service is available for use and a deactivated state in which the computing service is not available for use. The computing environment may comprise a plurality of computing resources each defining a variable unit of computing functionality within the computing environment. Each computing resource may be associated with a respective parameter corresponding with a respective parameter value that specifies a level of the variable unit of computing functionality defined by the computing resource. The computing service may be represented by a metadata model comprising a plurality of nodes, at least some of which specify a respective one or more of the parameter values.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Publication date: November 10, 2011
    Applicant: SALESFORCE.COM, INC.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram
  • Publication number: 20110276674
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are techniques for creating a representation of dependency relationships between computing resources within a computing environment. In some implementations, one or more sources for dependency analysis may be identified. Each source may be capable of being accessed to provide computing functionality via the computing environment. Each source may include one or more references to a respective one or more computing resources. Each computing resource may define a unit of the computing functionality available within the computing environment. A plurality of dependency relationships may be identified based on the one or more sources. A dependency relationship representation may be created based on the identified dependency relationships.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 26, 2011
    Publication date: November 10, 2011
    Applicant: SALESFORCE.COM, INC.
    Inventors: Nathan Jensen-Horne, Dileep Burki, Walter Sims Harley, Matthew Small, Kenneth Douglas Scott, David Andrew Brooks, Prasad Peddada, Hemang Patel, Gaurav Chawla, Theresa Vietvu, Shriman Gurram