Definition of terms used in NRN documentation and source code.
Definition: A tenancy is the occupancy or possession of land or premises by lease.
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Single-Tenancy - Single-tenancy (ST) is an architecture in which a single instance of a software application and supporting infrastructure serves one customer (i.e: tenant).
Multi-Tenancy - Multi-tenancy (MT) is an architecture in which a single instance of a software application serves multiple customers (i.e: tenants).
Hybrid-tenancy - Hybrid-tenancy (HT) is an architecture which leverages (micro)services that are both single and multi-tenants to optimize the balance of performance, scale, and security.
Those terms are specific to NRN and you’re not likely to find a definition elsewhere.
Multiple single-tenancy (MST) is an architecture in which a single base code of a software application allows to deploy multiple tenants, each with their own infrastructure. The infrastructure itself may be completely isolated from other tenants (ST), or partially shared (HT, e.g: different servers, but same DB).
This terminology has been defined by us, we couldn’t find much resources supporting this definition.
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