Manage Tenants

Multi-tenancy is the ability for multiple independent tenants (and their users) to share a single implementation of . Through , you can create and manage the tenants of products in the solution from a single location. As part of tenancy management, you can perform the following tasks by using the administrative service offerings:
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Multi-tenancy is the ability for multiple independent tenants (and their users) to share a single implementation of
CA Service Management
. Through
CA Service Management
, you can create and manage the tenants of products in the solution from a single location. As part of tenancy management, you can perform the following tasks by using the administrative service offerings:
Enable or Disable Multi-tenancy
To mange tenants in the solution, you must enable multi-tenancy. You can disable multi-tenancy when you have no tenants in the solution or when you do not want to manage tenants.
When you disable multi-tenancy, tenant related data is available to everyone who has access to the application.
Create Tenant
You can define as many tenants as required to manage multiple separate enterprises that provide support to clients. When you create a new tenant, the tenant views the
CA Service Management
implementation as solely for its own use and cannot update or view another tenant's data.
View and Update Tenants
You can view a list of all the tenants that you manage in your organization. When required, you can make changes to tenant details. For example, you can change the terms of usage of a tenant to meet the new terms. If you no longer want to manage the tenant, you can inactivate it.
You cannot update the parent details of the tenant using the administrative service offerings. To update the parent details, you must access the respective product's user interface.