Definition - What does Multitenancy mean?
Multitenancy is a type of computing architecture in which one or more logical software instances are created and executed on top of primary software. Multitenancy allows multiple users to work in a software environment at the same time, each with their own separate user interface, resources and services.
Techopedia explains Multitenancy
SaaS-based software applications delivered over the Internet are a common example of multitenant architecture where a single application is accessed by many different users globally.
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