Multi-Tenant Software Architecture
ODIN MultiLinx gives you the full range of sophisticated features that enable you to create and manage your in-house and contracted inventory, engage your negotiated suppliers into inventory management, easily connect to 3rd party XML-suppliers, sell your products and services though multiple distribution channels, accept online payments and do more to help you streamline your travel business 24/7/365.
ODIN’s modular design makes it easy to add new applications or function.
Either Launch One or Multiple eCommerce Stores Using a Single Shared administration backend, with ODIN’s Multi-Store eCommerce reservation & ticketing platform lets you easily build one or hundreds of distinctly branded websites using a single shared database. Whether you have multiple brands, product catalogs, or promotional microsites, ODIN helps you deliver a comprehensive strategy through one single integrated system.
Or, Select MultiLinx eCommerce with Multi-Tenant, Multi-Site Capabilities to Expand Your Online Footprint by hundreds to thousands of distributors, partners, and vendors to create and manage their own custom-branded online stores. Each one of your distributors will have the power to engage their customers with your products— maximizing your profitability and expanding your online reach.
For large businesses looking to better enable their vendors and distributors, ODIN Rezervlinx with MultiLinx is one of the most powerful and efficient business strategies available
Multi-tenanted software architecture allows you to serve multiple customers from a single application instance running on a single server, or pool of servers. This is in contrast to a single-tenant application where each customer would have a dedicated software instance running on dedicated servers.
A tenant is defined as a group of users who share access to that application instance.
This enables multiple independent tenants to be hosted on a single instance, which can be installed either on a single server or across a cluster of servers. The ODIN instance is logically partitioned such that it will appear to each tenant that they are accessing a completely separate instance of ODIN.
In a multi-tenant architecture, a single instance of your application would be shared across multiple companies (tenants), and across multiple employees within those companies.