Definition - What does Elastic Multitenancy mean?
The term is commonly used in modern cloud computing and network virtualization.
Techopedia explains Elastic Multitenancy
Cloud experts talk about "on-demand systems" that allow clients to add or remove services just by calling or choosing an online option. Multitenant systems often enable this elasticity because, with shared resources, it is possible for the cloud provider to accommodate such on-demand changes. Experts use terms like "rapid elasticity" and "resource pooling" to describe these kinds of scalable and versatile arrangements. Many of these are governed by specific service-level agreements that show customers what they can get from a cloud provider.
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