By Phil Wainewright on March 22, 2011
It’s a mark of how much progress SaaS has made towards mainstream acceptance that vendors entering the space now proudly wear multi-tenancy as a badge of honor, rather than espousing the argument that it’s a side-issue that’s irrelevant to customers. But in their eagerness to put a check mark in the box, I do find […]
By Phil Wainewright on September 1, 2010
SaaS buyers shouldn’t settle for the limited horizons of single-tenancy. Multi-tenancy is the ideal architecture to make the most of the cloud environment, because it continually evolves to keep pace with the collective demands of its tenants.
By Phil Wainewright on February 1, 2010
Image via CrunchBase Listen to my conversation with Rick Nucci, chief technology officer of Boomi, a SaaS integration vendor, who we last interviewed here in April 2009 on the topic of SaaS Integration, Simpler through Sharing. In this podcast, learn why multi-tenancy is such a crucial ingredient for software-as-a-service and other cloud services, and find […]
By Phil Wainewright on December 9, 2009
I settled in for one of Marc Benioff’s legendary two-hour-long CloudForce keynotes in London yesterday morning (an abridged, snappier version of the nigh-on-three hour marathon delegates sat through at last month’s DreamForce, Benioff had assured me beforehand). As I listened, I thought about the role of multi-tenancy in cloud computing. The keynote hall was full […]