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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HCP provides massive scale, multiple storage tiers, powerful security, cloud capabilities and multitenancy, all backed by legendary Hitachi reliability.
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Direct input would have necessitated authentication, created potential multitenancy issues, and made available a public interface with the ability to modify what is visible to users.
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Multitenancy in the cloud allows us to rapidly release new functions with minimal disruptions.
We are also introducing account-based licensing so that customers that want to take advantage of something like a SaaS offering will be able to have a form of multitenancy by having multiple accounts individually licensing without constraints.
From the start, VoipNow had multitenancy built in to allow multiple levels of access, usage, and permissions.
CSPs offer a multitenancy model, thereby creating a Secure setting with performance metrics of equal caliber to traditional hosting or dedicated on-premise solutions.
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BI vendors must re-evaluate their products and design them to be cloud-ready, "with multitenancy and the ability to work with data retained on premises," Howson says.
Abuse of cloud power - Multiple organizations affected due to multitenancy characteristic.