Salesforce is a multitenant platform

Salesforce is a multitenant platform:

It uses a single pool of computing resources to service the needs of many different customers. Salesforce protects your org’s data from all other customer orgs by using a unique identifier, which is associated with each user’s session. When you log in to your org, your subsequent requests are associated with your org using this identifier.

Salesforce uses some of the most advanced technology for internet security available. When you access the application using a Salesforce-supported browser, Transport Layer Security (TLS) technology protects your information using both server authentication and classic encryption, ensuring that your data is safe, secure, and available only to registered users in your org.

In addition, Salesforce is hosted in secure server environments that use firewalls and other advanced technology to prevent interference or access from outside intruders.

Multi-tenancy is a Shared IT Resources
-> Cost efficiently
-> Securely

For Example: multitenancy to an apartment building. While we’re at it, let’s make it a luxury apartment building with a door man and in-unit laundry. Those are becoming rare with rising rents these days, but we can dream.

 

 

Multi-Tenant vs Single-Tenant

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I am Sakthivel Madesh, a certified Salesforce Developer & Administrator working on Salesforce Technology since 2011. I am currently working in IBM Austraila as Sr. Salesforce Developer. I have worked on multiple technologies Like PHP, Java, Salesforce, I am very passionate about Salesforce and to earn 9 Salesforce Certification. I love Trailhead for learning Salesforce Skill and Become a Trailhead Ranger too. I Love to Learn & Share my Salesforce knowledge to Salesforce Learners/Beginner using My Blog and Salesforce Community.

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