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Dynamic Data Models

Zango introduces the concept of Dynamic Data Models (DDM), which is a powerful feature designed to meet the specific needs of multi-tenant systems. This innovative concept allows you to define different data models for each tenant within the same application, making Zango a versatile platform for building multi-tenant applications.

Multi-Tenant System

A multi-tenant system is an architecture where a single software application serves multiple clients, known as tenants. Each tenant operates independently within the same application, with its own data, configuration, and customizations. Multi-tenancy is commonly used in scenarios where several clients or organizations share the same software instance while keeping their data and settings isolated.

Dynamic Data Models

Dynamic Data Models (DDM) in Zango take the multi-tenant concept a step further. With Dynamic Data Models, you can define unique data structures, or data models, for each tenant in your multi-tenant system. These data models can include tables, fields, relationships, and rules, allowing each tenant to have a tailored data schema that suits its specific requirements.

Key features of Dynamic Data Models in Zango include:

1. Tenant-Specific Data Structures

  • Each tenant can have its own set of data models and tables.
  • Custom data models can be defined and updated on the fly without affecting other tenants.

2. Isolated Data

  • Data for each tenant is stored separately, ensuring data security and isolation.
  • Tenants cannot access or modify data structures of other tenants.

3. Cost Savings

  • Utilizing a single database for multiple applications reduces infrastructure costs.
  • Maintenance and management are streamlined, as you manage one database instead of maintaining separate databases for each tenant.

4. Scalability

  • Easily scale your multi-tenant application by adding new tenants with their own data models.
  • Accommodate different business needs and workflows for various clients or organizations.

5. Customization

  • Tenants can define and customize their data models to meet their unique requirements.
  • Adapt the application to different industries, use cases, or user groups.

6. Flexibility

  • Developers can work on individual tenant data models independently, facilitating rapid development and updates.
  • Data models can evolve as tenant needs change, ensuring long-term flexibility.

Dynamic Data Models in Zango empower you to create versatile and cost-effective multi-tenant applications that adapt to the diverse requirements of your clients or organizations. This innovative feature sets Zango apart as a robust platform for building and scaling multi-tenant systems.