Multi-tenant Cloud Architecture

Multi-tenant Cloud Architecture

Today organizations have been able to recognize over the years the benefits of implementing a Cloud-based SIEM Service in terms of scalability, cost, and security. However, before operating in the cloud, you should know what architecture you need to adopt to protect your business and your customers’ data. Intending to help you implement a cost-effective SaaS SIEM Service, we share the advantages of multi-tenant over a single-tenant cloud architecture. 

What Is Single-tenant And Multi-tenant Cloud Architecture? 

A single-tenant cloud computing environment is dedicated to an individual customer (company). This means that each single-tenant architecture will have one independent database and instance of the software per customer. Essentially, in a single-tenant, the supporting infrastructure serves a single customer and is not shared any resources. 

A multi-tenant architecture is an environment that shares a single instance of the software, a database, and its supporting infrastructure with multiple customers (companies). However, each customer’s data is isolated and invisible to other tenants. 

Multi-tenant vs. Single-tenant Cloud SIEM Architecture  

multi-tenant vs. single-tenant cloud architecture

Single-tenant environments are designed for companies who want to keep their data secure and private. Usually, this model is more popular among startups and small businesses since they don’t have to share their data with other companies. However, it’s an option that involves spending so much more money. 

On the other hand, when companies share a single environment in a multi-tenant architecture, it allows SaaS SIEM vendors to generate savings and transfer them to the platform cost. If you as an organization share a multi-tenant-hosted solution, you can reduce the cost associated with setup, maintenance, and updates. You don’t need to pay costly maintenance fees to keep your SIEM platform up to date. Remember that vendors roll out new features and updates constantly. Therefore, by deploying a SaaS SIEM subscription, you can lower your cybersecurity budget cost. 

People think using a multi-tenant cloud architecture (with companies not associated with yours) can reduce security control. However, UTMStack adopts the following good cybersecurity practices to protect your environment within multi-tenant architecture: 

  • Hosting companies in a single server contained on secure hardware handled by a limited number of people.
  • Isolating each company’s data and remaining it invisible to other tenants.
  • Enable secure connexion through independently private ports for each company to access the platform.

UTMStack’s SaaS Multi-tenant

UTMStack leverages SaaS multi-tenant architecture to protect multiple companies’ infrastructure from a single Federation Server. In this way, its IT team can handle and monitor your network through a cost-effective package that increases your security and reduces cybersecurity costs.

The platform is integrated with the most popular cloud providers (Azure, Google Cloud, and AWS) and other applications through APIs. Also, it includes all essential cybersecurity solutions such as:

Feel free to request a free demo to see how we help you protect your infrastructure and reduce costs using a multi-tenant architecture. 

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