1.Log in to the System Management page.

2.In the System Management page, select the Tenants tab and click Add.

3.Configure the following settings for the tenant.

1)Specify the basic information:

Tenant Namea unique name in the system, which is case-insensitive.

Description (optional)a brief text to describe the tenant.

Maximum Nodesthe maximum number of network devices and objects that the tenant hosts.

Note: If you have multiple tenants, the sum of node size in each tenant (including the initial one) cannot be greater than the max node count purchased with your license.

2)Specify the following advanced options to customize data storage for better system performance.

Note: These settings are only applicable if you have set up multiple MongoDB replica sets.

a)Expand Advanced options.

b)Select the corresponding check boxes and click Server Settings for configurations, such as IP address, replica set name, username, and password.

Store tenant data on a different serverby default, all tenant data is stored in the default MongoDB replica set. If you specify another MongoDB replica set to store the data of this tenant, the data of all domains created under this tenant will also be stored on it.

Store all live data on a different serverlive data is an important part of tenant data, including device data and data view. By default, all live data is stored on the same MongoDB replica set with other tenant data.

c)Click OK to save the settings.

3)Assign the tenant access privileges and tenant administrator role to the existing users in the system.

Note: By default, the tenant admin role will be assigned to the users with the system admin role.

4)Click OK.

After creating a tenant, you can create more than one domain in the tenant. See Creating a Domain for more details.


See also:

Authorizing Tenant Users

Managing System Users and Roles