And by "completely separate", we mean:
- every Vium customer has a separate application server instance (hosted by Meteor Galaxy, running at AWS)
- every Vium customer has a separate database instance (hosted by MongoDB Atlas, running at AWS)
- every Vium customer has a separate file storage instance (at AWS) Simply put, there is no way a customer can see any other customer's data, or access another customer's app. Even if there's a bug in some code somewhere. Even if a valid user of one customer tries to access another customer's Vium. Our customers' Vium instances are simply all separate. It costs us more, in both time and money, to architect our platform this way, but in our minds, it's obviously worth it. And we think you'll think so, too.