A tenant database is a SQL Anywhere database that has been added to the cloud. Tenant databases contain data for the end users of the cloud. A tenant database includes the database itself (read-write copy), as well as any read-only copies of the database.
When a client application connects to a tenant database, it specifies the database name, cloud location, and a database user ID and password. The cloud directs the connection request to the appropriate host and cloud server.
Adding a tenant database (Cloud Console)
Adding a tenant database (dbcloudadd)
Requirements for adding tenant databases to the cloud
Additional notes about tenant databases
Tenant database mirroring and read-only scale out systems
Autostart and autostop databases
Starting a database
Stopping a database
Moving a database
Balancing database load on cloud servers
Database backups and maintenance plans
Upgrading a tenant database
Deleting a database
Extracting a database (Cloud Console)
Extracting a database (dbcloudextract)
Monitoring databases (SQL Anywhere Monitor)
Synchronization and replication support
Connections to tenant databases
How can I add a database that has external environments?
What happens to my database when it is added to the cloud?
How do tenant databases differ from non-cloud databases?
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