Multi-tenant Architecture is a software architecture pattern where a single instance of an application is used by multiple customers, also known as tenants. In a multi-tenant system, each tenant has its own data and configuration settings, but shares the same underlying application and infrastructure.
Multi-tenant architecture is commonly used in software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, where multiple customers subscribe to the same software application. This architecture can provide cost savings, easier maintenance, and faster deployment compared to traditional single-tenant applications. However, multi-tenant architecture also requires careful design and implementation to ensure the security, scalability, and customization needs of each tenant are met.