Is the architecture of Pinecone multi-tenant?

Can a single pinecone database be used securely to store vectors from multiple organizations?

Hi @n8works,

Yes, you absolutely can do that. We have a number of customers who are hosting their own multi-tenant solutions using Pinecone. Most of them use namespaces to keep their tenants’ data logically separate.

Thank you for the response!

So if we want our users to have their own database/memory, would it be more efficient to have one main database and just filter relevant user data with namespaces, instead of having a database for each of our customers?

Hi, Some data we store per customer could be PII. Are the data encrypted per customer? Do we have to capability to do it?