Multi Tenancy

Published: July 2015

Camunda is often used where deployments serve multiple clients with a single instance of the platform, but there are very different ways to implement this.

This article aims to help you understand not only what those options are – but how exactly they’re implemented. It includes the various pros and cons of each approach and will be able to give you a good understanding of which situations suit each of the approaches.

Created by Niall Deehan

Niall Deehan works as a consultant with Camunda BPM. He specializes in the implementation of executable BPMN models within the English-speaking world. His career has involved long stints as both a Java Developer and a Technical Analyst. He sees BPMN (and especially Camunda BPM) as a linguistic bridge between those two disciplines.
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