Multi-tenant applications are crucial for efficiently serving multiple clients from a single shared instance, offering cost savings, scalability, and simplified maintenance. Such applications can allow hospitals and clinics to manage patient records securely, enable financial institutions to provide personalized banking services and help streamline inventory management and customer relationship management across multiple stores. The primary functionality of multi-tenant applications resides in their capacity to serve numerous clients through a single installation of the application. In this architecture, each client, referred to as a tenant, maintains complete data isolation, ensuring data privacy and security.

There are multiple third-party libraries available to implement multi-tenancy in Django. However, custom implementations of multi-tenancy can allow developers to innovate and tailor solutions according to unique business needs and use cases. Therefore, in this blog, we will show the core logic of how multi-tenancy is implemented using Django with a high-level code.

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