A multi-tenant SaaS application on EKS provides you with multiple possibilities for compute, network, storage isolations, while keeping the workflow secured. Best Practices and Considerations for Multi-Tenant SaaS Application Using AWS EKS Practice 1: Separate Namespaces for Each Tenant (Compute Isolation) ... Practice 2: Setting ResourceQuota on Resource Consumption. ... Practice 3: Network Isolation using Network Policies.
Today, most organizations, large or small, are hosting their SaaS application on the cloud using multi-tenant architecture. There are multiple reasons for this, but the most simple and straightforward reasons are cost and scalability. In a multi-tenant architecture, one instance of a software application is shared by multiple tenants (clients). These tenants share various resources such as databases, web servers, computing resources, etc., that make multi-tenant architecture cost-efficient while keeping scalability in mind.
Amazon EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) is one of the most popular container orchestration platforms offered by AWS, which is popularly used host multi-tenant SaaS applications. However, while adopting a multi-tenancy framework, it is also important to note the challenges that might prevail due to cluster resource sharing.
Let us delve into the best practices and considerations for multi-tenant SaaS applications using Amazon EKS in this article.
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