The MDC feature was introduced with SAP HANA SPS09. This feature enables hosting multiple SAP HANA databases on a single SAP HANA system. All tenant databases in the same system share the same system resources (memory and CPU cores) but each tenant database is fully isolated with its own database users, catalog, repository, persistence (data files and log files) and services so that, for example, you can run both SAP Business Suite and SAP Business Warehouse (BW) in one SAP HANA system.
The first video provides an overview of SAP HANA MDC.
The next video shows how to create a connection to a tenant database in SAP HANA studio.
The next video shows how to convert a SAP HANA system to the multitenant database mode.
Create Tenant Database
The next video shows how to create a tenant database.
Configurable and Customizable Functionalities
The next video shows how to configure the change blacklist and restricted features for multitenant databases.
Cross Database Access
The next video shows how to how to configure cross database access for multitenant databases.
Configure Tenant HTTP Server
The next video shows how to how to configure the HTTP XS server for multitenant databases.
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