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Manual Chapter: Cloud Tenant Management
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Cloud Tenant Management

About creating cloud tenants

As a cloud administrator, you create tenants and allocate resources to them in the form of iApps® application templates. Tenants can then self-deploy the customized application templates to easily define network and application services for several devices, without having to perform complicated networking procedures.

The process of providing resources for a tenant includes these tasks:

  • Create a tenant - When you create a tenant, iWorkflow™ creates a unique role for the tenant and populates it in the Role panel.
  • Create a user - When you create a user account, you assign a user name and a password.
  • Associate a user with a tenant's role - You associate a user with a tenant to provide that user access to pre-defined cloud resources in the form of self-service customized applications. You can associate multiple users with a single tenant for access to specific resources.

Creating a tenant

You create a tenant to provide access to customized cloud resources and applications.
  1. Log in to iWorkflow™ with the administrator user name and password.
  2. At the top of the screen, click Clouds and Services and then, on the Tenants header, click the + icon.
    The panel expands to display property fields for the new tenant.
  3. In the Name and Description fields, type a name and an optional description for this tenant.
    The name can consist of a combination of numbers and symbols, but cannot contain any spaces.
  4. From the Available Clouds list, select the cloud associated with the resources that you are going to provide to this tenant.
    To add another connector, click the plus (+) sign and select a connector from the additional Available Clouds list.
  5. In the Address, Phone, and Email fields, type optional contact information for this tenant.
  6. Click the Save button.
You can now associate a user with this tenant to provide access to applications and services.

Creating a cloud user

When you create a cloud user, you provide that individual with access to specific resources.
  1. Log in to iWorkflow™ with the administrator user name and password.
  2. At the top of the screen, click Clouds and Services and then, on the Users header, click the + icon.
    The panel expands to display property fields for the new user.
  3. In the Username field, type a name to identify this user.
  4. From the Auth Provider list, select the provider that supplies the credentials required for authenticating this user. If you configured iWorkflow System to authenticate using LDAP or RADIUS, you have the option to authenticate this user through one of those methods. Refer to Software Licensing and Initial Configuration for information about how to configure LDAP and RADIUS authentication.
  5. In the Full Name field, type a name to identify this user.
    The full name can contain a combination of symbols, letters, numbers, and spaces.
  6. In the Password and Confirm Password fields, type the password for the new user.
  7. Click the Add button.
You can now associate this user with an existing tenant to provide access to pre-defined cloud resources.

Associating a user with a tenant's role

Before you associate a user with a tenant's role, you must first create the tenant. You can associate multiple users with a tenant's role.

Tip: The iWorkflow™ system administrator creates roles from the Access Control menu. For more information, refer to Users, User Groups, and Roles.
You associate a user with a tenant's role to provide that user specific access to cloud resources in the form of self-service applications.
  1. Log in to iWorkflow with the administrator user name and password.
  2. At the top of the screen, click Clouds and Services and then, in the Users panel, click the user name that you want to associate with a role and drag and drop it onto that role, in the Roles panel.
    This user now has access to all of the resources defined for the associated role.
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