Multi-tenancy - Zack Owens. Multi Tenant Architecture with Asp.net MVC 4. I’ve been faced with a daunting challenge the last few months which is how to effectively create a multi-tenant architecture utilizing asp.net MVC 4.
Creating an architecture like this can work several different ways depending on what you want to do. My particular project has a few goals. First, the application should support tenants as “sites”. Multi-tenancy part 1: Strategy. I want my eCommerce application Suteki Shop to be able to flexibly meet the requirements of any customer (within reason).
How can we have a single product but enable our customers to have diverse implementations. I think the solution depends on the level of diversity and the number of customers. The right solution for a product with thousands of customers with little customisation is different from a solution for a handful of customers with very diverse requirements. There are several axis of change to consider: