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A service-based SaaS application can achieve economies of scale by sharing partner services between tenants at runtime, following the Single-Instance Multi-Tenancy (SIMT) model. However, supporting runtime sharing with tenantspecific functional and performance variations in an SIMT application is challenging. We propose an approach, Software-Defined Service Networking (SDSN), to addressing this challenge. SDSN realizes an SIMT application with a managed service network (SN) and a set of manageddoi:10.1109/scc.2015.37 dblp:conf/IEEEscc/KumaraHCK15 fatcat:cm3sqcnukzgkxg6jd3wv7joa3q