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Trusted Multi-tenant Infrastructure

Trusted Multi-tenant Infrastructure

With the increasing dependence on information systems, every end-user organization relies on high operational efficiency of the infrastructure while reducing the operational costs of maintaining standalone infrastructures. The TCG can establish standards on which improved information flow and infrastructure management efficiency are based, with consideration to making the infrastructure more cost effective for the customer. Whether these costs are a measure of energy, physical space, IT expertise, or some other aspect of IT infrastructure operation, it is becoming increasingly critical to enable trust models and interoperability that support secure multi-tenant use and management of back-end infrastructure, and permit the sharing of high-density IT resources.

TCG's Trusted Multi-Tenant Infrastructure (TMI) architecture is an open framework, which defines end-to-end reference models for the practical deployment of trusted cloud or shared infrastructures.


Key Objectives for the TMI Work Group:

  • Standards framework for implementing
  • Shared Infrastructures
  • Multi-provider infrastructures
  • Reference models and implementation guidance
  • Identify and address gaps in existing standards
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Trusted Multi-Tenant Infrastructure Reference Framework

The TCG Trusted Multi-Tenant Infrastructure Reference Framework describes a broad set of foundational principles and requirements as well as a library of re-usable patterns where TCG technology may be applied between components in an enterprise context.

December 2013 | Specifications | Add to Briefcase

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TCG Trusted Multi-Tenant Infrastructure Use Cases

The Trusted Multi-tenant Infrastructure (TMI) use case document describes the foundational relationships between various components within a shared infrastructure environment and how they interact based on three core functions: establishment of trusted context between parties, exchange of information between parties in a trusted context, and enforcement of policy.

December 2013 | Specifications | Add to Briefcase

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Trusted Multi-tenant Infrastructure FAQs

What is the Trusted Multi-Tenant Infrastructure Work Group? What does "trusted multi-tenant infrastructure" mean and why was it selected as the name of this work group? Why is a new work group necessary? Who is involved?

September 2010 | Specifications | Add to Briefcase

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