@brunowego opened this Issue on October 29th 2019

I'm working for Banco do Brasil, and here we have billions of access every month. We decide separate each product to collect in a dedicated Matomo.

After months working with Matomo (piwik), I really appreciate the platform and I love the architecture that this are builded.

So, already passed through the thought of separating each site into a separate database as a multi-tenant architecture? That makes sense? Thanks.

@mattab commented on October 30th 2019 Member

Hi @brunowego, we usually recommend that one Matomo instance tracks 500M pageviews or 1 billion actions per month. We haven't (yet) had opportunity to test on more than 500m-1billion range. Most features actually work well. Above 500m/1billion it is usually recommended to add all other sites to a separate new Matomo instance (or multiple). Because it's easy to create a new instance (there is an un-documented system using named config files), we're not planning multi-tenant architecture, but may do it later (probably a UI to connect all the different Matomo servers, and make it easy to view sites/users across instances)

How many pageviews and total actions are you currently tracking per month in your Matomo? and how many do you track more in the next 12 months?

@mattab commented on January 21st 2020 Member

Any update @brunowego on your multi tenancy tests? happy to help, feel free to contact us at https://matomo.org/contact/

@brunowego commented on January 29th 2020

Hi @mattab, sorry for the delay. So, for this moment we decide for other alternative. We are a small team. I will close this, in future we open again. Thanks!

This Issue was closed on January 29th 2020
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