Multitenancy with Totara and Moodle

Multitenancy is a topic that is popping up in discussions around learning management systems. Many people are unsure of whether or not they need it, and some don’t even know what it is. Multi-tenancy is when one organization with different groups, each with their own courses, materials, and  needs, uses one central learning management system, but are separated within the system. As an example, if you are an organization with 5 divisions or operating entities (these are what we would refer to as tenants in the LMS), you and each of your customers would use the same LMS, but would remain divided. The alternative to multi-tenancy is to have a separate Moodle or Totara system or installation for each group. This requires a lot of management, and can sometimes be quite a hassle.

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