Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Lecture Notes in Informatics


Datenbanksysteme in Business, Technologie und Web (BTW 2007) P-103, 514-521 (2007).


2007


Editors

Alfons Kemper (ed.), Harald Schöning (ed.), Thomas Rose (ed.), Matthias Jarke (ed.), Thomas Seidl (ed.), Christoph Quix (ed.), Christoph Brochhaus (ed.)


Contents

Ruminationson Multi-Tenant Databases

Dean Jacobs and Stefan Aulbach

Abstract


This is a position paper on multi-tenant databases. As motivation, it first describes the emerging marketplace of hosted enterprise services and the importance of using multi-tenancy to handle high traffic volumes at low cost. It then outlines the main requirements on multi-tenant databases: scale up by consolidating multiple tenants onto the same server and scale out by providing an administrative framework that manages a farm of such servers. Finally it describes three approaches to implementing multi-tenant databases and compares them based on some simple experiments. The main conclusion is that existing database vendors need to enhance their products to better support multi-tenancy.


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ISBN 978-3-88579-197-3


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