Develop and Deploy Multi-Tenant Web-delivered Solutions Using IBM Middleware, Part 8: A Web service mediation proxy pattern for routing of multiple tenant requests using WebSphere DataPower SOA appliance

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Indrajit Poddar, Devaprasad Nadgir, and Jatinder Malik

Date archived: January 6, 2017 | First published: August 10, 2009

Part 1 of this series describes multi-tenancy and several technical challenges faced by service providers for deploying multi-tenant web-delivered solutions. In part 4, we presented a technical challenge on how to enable multi-tenancy for existing single tenant web services with little or no code changes for shorter time to market and lower costs. In this tutorial we will present detailed implementations steps using a WebSphere® DataPower SOA appliance in combination with Tivoli® Access Manager.

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