This presentation was recorded at GOTO Chicago 2020. #GOTOcon #GOTOchgo
Tod Golding - Architect at Amazon Web Services immersed in cloud-optimized application design and architecture
Creating a multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) application requires developers and architects to take new approaches to how they design, build, operate, and deploy their solutions. SaaS touches every dimension of your design, including how you decompose your system into services, how those services are built, how they are secured, how they store data, and how they are deployed.
In this session we’ll dig into each of these areas and outline the common patterns and strategies that you’ll need to factor into the design of your SaaS solution. As part of this dive into architecture and code, we’ll explore the core elements of SaaS application development, including identity, onboarding, tenant isolation, and data partitioning. The goal here is to expose you to the fundamental building blocks associated with designing and coding [...]
01:40 The SaaS architecture landscape
05:18 Provisioning a new tenant
07:56 Tenant context everywhere
09:32 Building multi-tenant microservices
12:49 Partitioning data
14:30 A microservices-by-microservices decision
15:23 Isolating tenant resources
16:52 The challenge of pool-based isolation
17:35 Runtime scoped access with policies
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#SaaS #AWS #Cloud #SoftwareArchitecture #Programming #Backend
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