multitenancy


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multitenancy

Having multiple occupants. It refers to software that is shared by several customers, each of which is unaware of the others. Multitenancy is often contrasted with virtualization; however, multitenancy applications can run in both virtualized and non-virtualized environments. The separation of customer data is built into the application. See also MDU.
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The largest release of Oracle WebLogic Server in the past 10 years, and a major milestone for Oracle Coherence, this release includes significant innovations that deliver unparalleled availability while enabling organizations to consolidate workloads with multitenancy.
All technology issues are considered including multitenancy, auto-scaling, provisioning, use-based accounting, governance, management, API development and features that normally are not part of initial cloud services deployments, but are a requirement in the market today.
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CSPs offer a multitenancy model, thereby creating a Secure setting with performance metrics of equal caliber to traditional hosting or dedicated on-premise solutions.
Ellison has criticised the practice of multitenancy, a software architecture common in cloud services where a number of customers share a single application instance.
Although for most situations multitenancy works well at isolating user sessions, virtualizing each company's sessions adds even greater isolation to the user data that each customer uploads to the Interactive Intelligence cloud.
These features include multitenancy for workload consolidation, expanded thin technologies for efficient capacity utilization and autonomic load rebalancing to drive enterprise agility.
Secure multitenancy is important to consider for shared storage architecture.
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Note that Figure 1 assumes multitenancy, with the rollover of leases gradually decreasing the income loss.
The added benefits of multitenancy include a faster time to benefit, from years to a few months or even weeks, and fewer upfront costs related to infrastructure and licensing, meaning less of a financial risk.