From Wikipedia

The term "software multi-tenancy" refers to a software architecture in which a single instance of software runs on a server and serves multiple tenants. Systems designed in such a manner are often called shared (in contrast to dedicated or isolated). A tenant is a group of users who share common access with specific privileges to the software instance. With a multi-tenant architecture, a software application is designed to provide every tenant with a dedicated share of the instance - including its data, configuration, user management, tenant individual functionality and non-functional properties. Multi-tenancy contrasts with multi-instance architectures, where separate software instances operate on behalf of different tenants.

Mikes Notes

Pipi 6 was built to support multi-tenancy.
  • Deployments can be sole-tenancy or multi-tenancy
  • Uses database sharding

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