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multi-tenant - Run multiple websites using the same Laravel installation while keeping tenant specific data separated for fully independent multi-domain setups

  •    PHP

The unobtrusive Laravel package that makes your app multi tenant. Serving multiple websites, each with one or more hostnames from the same codebase. But with clear separation of assets, database and the ability to override logic per tenant. Suitable for marketing companies that like to re-use functionality for different clients or start-ups building the next software as a service.

tenanti - [Package] Multi-tenant Database Schema Manager for Laravel

  •    PHP

Tenanti allow you to manage multi-tenant data schema and migration manager for your Laravel application. And then run composer install to fetch the package.

tenantcore - TenantCore, OWIN multitenancy

  •    CSharp

TenantCore is an OWIN Middleware that it can help to resolve tenants, a multitenancy middleware, by request's hostname for example or by any resolver. You can create your own Tenant's resolver or use the default one. The tenant can have a database connection string or any property that you need.

passports - Multi-tenancy (read: virtual hosts) for Passport.JS

  •    Javascript

Passports makes things easier if you're running a multi-tenanted application with Passport.JS by abstracting away some of the book keeping involved with instantiating multiple passport instances and choosing which to use for a given request. Passports provides a framework for applications to define their own passport.js multi-tenanting implementations. It requires you to provide two functions: _getConfig and _createInstance. These functions are called when necessary to do exactly what they sound like they do, allowing you to completely control the configuration and instantiation of the passport objects managed by passports.

submongojs - sub-sections of mongodb databases with mongojs

  •    Javascript

Ok. So let's say you're building a personal finance app for many customers, two of which are Alice and Bob. You have to be very careful not to show Alice's expenses on Bob's account, so you MUST always remember to filter by account_id or such. Or you can use this module as following. The module is just one function.

auth_proxy - A proxy + UI server for Contiv which handles authentication (local users/LDAP/AD) + authorization (RBAC)

  •    Javascript

auth_proxy provides authentication (local users/LDAP/AD) and authorization (RBAC) before forwarding requests to an upstream netmaster. It is TLS-only, and it will only talk to a non-TLS netmaster. Future versions will allow or potentially require TLS-only communication with netmaster. Running make will generate a contiv/auth_proxy:devbuild image using the current code you have checked out and HEAD from the master branch in the contiv-ui repo.

multitenancy - A laravel package to provide multi-tenancy support

  •    PHP

Laravel package for multitenancy using subdomain and/or domain based identification. The package itself works much in the same way as the default Auth library. Firstly you want to include this package in your composer.json file.

triplex - Database multitenancy for Elixir applications!

  •    Elixir

A simple and effective way to build multitenant applications on top of Ecto. Triplex leverages database data segregation techniques (such as Postgres schemas) to keep tenant-specific data separated, while allowing you to continue using the Ecto functions you are familiar with.

go-poly-tenant - Go + Polymer MultiTenancy on AppEngine

  •    HTML

An example of using server-side Go templating to serve a multi-tenanted Polymer client using AppEngine. Each client could be served from it's own custom domain or using a CNAME from a root service (e.g. tenant.service.com). The dummy tenants are generated via the /app/warmup.go file.