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In a multi-tenant architecture, a single instance of a software application serves multiple customers. Multi-tenant Snowflake applications typically conform to one of three design patterns: multi-tenant table, object per tenant, or account per tenant. Each has different advantages regarding security, storage, compute, and connectivity, so there are times when a hybrid approach is needed.Download this white paper to learn more about design patterns for multi-tenant Snowflake applications, including:
The characteristics, pros and cons, and costs and benefits of the three main design patterns
Detailed pattern descriptions and guidance on the Snowflake features required for implementation
Information to help you evaluate tenancy models based on security, storage, and compute