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Abiquo 4.6

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Introduction to enterprise tenants

In the platform, enterprises are cloud tenants, meaning they are groups of cloud users with their own logical resources. For more information, see Users (in the Walkthrough). For each tenant, you can assign access to infrastructure and resources.

Privilege: Manage enterprises, Manage users of all enterprises

Before you begin managing enterprises, we recommend that you do these steps:




Create an Enterprise

To create a cloud tenant enterprise, do these steps:

  1. Go to Users → Enterprise list

  2. Click the + Add button

  3. Enter tenant details and options as described below
    • To enable the tenant's users to deploy, allow the tenant to access at least one datacenter or public cloud region
  4. Define the resources the enterprise can use
  5. Click Accept to save

Abiquo will create the enterprise and filter to display only this enterprise. To display other enterprises, click the X beside the enterprise name in the filter box at the top of the Enterprises list. 

After you have created the enterprise:

  1. Abiquo will add this enterprise to the scope of the administrator who created the enterprise
    1. Optionally move this enterprise to a scope with related enterprises and assign the scope to the appropriate cloud and/or tenant administrators
  2. Optionally edit the tenant to set the default scope for users created in this tenant
  3. Create enterprise users with appropriate roles and scopes, for example a tenant administrator and users. Note that the tenant administrator can be allowed to create their own users




Configure a tenant with general information


Field

Description

Name

The name of the Enterprise

Default scopeThe default scope to assign to future users that administrators create in this tenant. When creating users, an administrator can assign the enterprise’s default scope, even if it is above their scope in a hierarchy. Generally you should set this to a low scope.
Require two factor authenticationTo make two-factor authentication mandatory for all users of this enterprise, select this checkbox. Note that an administrator must configure it in the platform first. See Configure two factor authentication
Enable workflowTo enable workflow for this enterprise, mark this checkbox. Note that an administrator must configure it in the platform first. See Abiquo Workflow Feature
ResellerSelect this flag to mark the enterprise as a reseller
Key nodeSelect this flag to mark the enterprise as the key node of its default scope, for example, as the headquarters of an organization
Enterprise logoA logo file for the enterprise in web format (PNG, JPEG, GIF). The size of the default logo is 150 x 37 pixels. This will override the default logo, which is set in Configuration View.
Default themeA branding theme created for the enterprise. See Abiquo Branding Guide


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