Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) is a promising development for Database Management Systems (DBMS), offering abundant and fast storage to complement traditional disk and main memory architectures. NVM introduces additional data migration possibilities to the traditional buffer pool (BP) managers used by the DBMS. Hence, the efficient use of this new technology requires a re-design of the BP manager. For the cloud Database-as-a-Service products, this need for a re-design is further complicated by the traditional cloud providers' goal to minimize the Service Level Agreement (SLA) violation penalties paid to their tenants. Unfortunately, current research in the area does not provide a comprehensive picture of the components constituting a multi-tenant persistent memory aware BP manager for a cloud database that makes use of NVM. Furthermore, researchers lack the software tools needed to quickly prototype and estimate the effectiveness of novel data management policies guiding those components. In this paper, we attempt to remedy both issues, first, by proposing a generalized framework that defines the purpose and the abstract interfaces of various multitenant persistent memory-aware BP manager components, and second, by developing and demonstrating a simulator algorithm that is shown to aid in quick testing of different implementations of those BP manager components.