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Windows Azure is the main Microsoft cloud platform, and Azure SQL database is just one component albeit a pretty important component of Azure.

Azure SaaS app patterns custom training in Azure SQL Database

Use cases include ticketing and listing SaaS apps. For example, an end-to-end SaaS scenario case study includes provisioning tenants, managing and monitoring performance, schema management, and also, scalable cross-tenant analytics and reporting reporting and analytics. You can use this for real world production applications like an event listing and ticketing Azure SaaS app in which each of the venues are a different Azure tenant (multi tenancy) with each tenant having things like ticket prices, ticket sales, customers and much more in it.

The underlying database tenancy models used can differ among applications. There can be a single-tenant application that has an isolated, distinct single-tenant database in Azure. A multi-tenant app can also have a separate database for each tenant on Azure. There is also a multi-tenant app that can have sharded (i.e. separated at a more granular level) multi-tenant databases in Azure.

Explanation of Different Azure Saas Multi tenancy Models in this Free Azure Training Guide

Here's a very high level free overview that may lend some more info into Microsoft Azure multi tenancy - however we recommend you request a custom training from us for more information on Azure SaaS and all things Azure.

A single tenant application can be used with a single tenant database in Azure. For multiple tenants, each of the tenants' apps are actually deployed into separate Azure resource groups. The separate groups could be in the same service provider’s subscription or the same tenant’s subscription. This subscription could also be possibly managed by the service provider on the behalf of the tenant. This Azure SaaS cloud software design pattern sometimes provides the greatest possible tenant isolation, however, it is usually the most expensive financially because there is not a lot of opportunity to start sharing resources with multiple tenants in the Azure architecture and the Azure infrastructure.

When using Azure database per tenant model, it could be great for service providers that are deeply concerned with a lot of tenant isolation and want to truly run a unified and centralized overall service which allows for the very cost-efficient usage of multiple shared resources and virtual infrastructure. In Azure a new database would be created (in the example of ticketing use case) for each venue (the venue maps to a tenant). All of the databases would then become managed in a much more central way. In this Azure SaaS web application architecture model, the virtual infrastructure can be hosted in a variety of elastic pools in order to provide very cost-efficient and simple management of performance. This performance management takes advantage of unpredictable and varying Azure tenant usage patterns. In this event a catalog database would be holding the mapping that is associated with tenants, and links with the databases of these tenants. Azure tenant mapping in this case would be managed by utilizing the shard map management functionality associated with the Elastic Database Client Library. This library also streamlines the application connection management.

Azure Sharded multi-tenant database SaaS model

Azure Multi-tenant databases may be quite effective for enterprise service providers that seek out simpler management and efficient cost, and are also able to tolerate some reduction in the isolation of tenants. This multi tenancy model uses sharding to permit placing a large number of Azure tenants into just one single Azure SQL database. This would have the result of reducing the cost for each tenant. This particular sharding model can work in cases where there is only a smaller quantity of data storage that is actually required for each tenant on Azure. In this model there are opportunities for further customization of the architecture. For instance, you might be able to optimize for lower cost via having multiple tenants that are provisioned in the same Azure database. You can also try to optimize for Azure isolation with just one tenant in an Azure database. You can make the ultimate choice on a case-by-case basis, tenant-by-tenant. You can do this when first provisioning the tenant or you can do this at a future point in time after the initial provisioning while still maintaining the integrity of the application design and architecture.

Are you interested in these SaaS software patterns or other ones? If so, Dynamics Edge may be a good fit for you for Azure consulting, licensing, custom training, custom software implementation, and much more.

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