Flyte supports multi-tenancy through its design and architecture, which is inspired by AWS's approach to managing infrastructure for multiple teams. The multi-tenancy feature allows different teams to work on the same platform while managing their infrastructure separately. This is achieved through the use of projects and domains, which eliminate the need for separate environments for development, staging, and production, or individual projects to distinguish team concerns. Flyte's multi-tenant architecture enables platform partners to offer Flyte as a Platform as a Service (PaaS) within their organizations, allowing for environment isolation, separation of concerns, and centralized management of infrastructure by a central infrastructure team. Additionally, Flyte supports running in both multi-tenancy isolation and single namespace modes, with the default being one namespace per project-domain combination.