How network isolation works in the Nodion world.
Applications are available to the outside world through our load balancing system. A user hitting a load balancer is the only publicly available interaction that can be performed. Behind the scenes the load balancer is connected to application instances through a secure private network. All application instances and even databases can be reached solely through that private network and to further enhance security the private network of each customer is completely isolated from each other.
In short that means our customers can't see other customers resources through the private network.
Isolation happens on a per-project level, so all applications and databases within a project can see each other, but not resources from other projects. Even if a user account has several projects, they can't connect to each other over the private network – which is intentional since projects are most likely isolated entities.