A guide to tenant management throughout the project lifecycle, including the set-up process for multiple environments, adding users, and installing templates.
We’ve also included a tenant onboarding checklist to help you understand how we support this process from week one to month three.
We'll set you up with a development, test, and production tenant. You start by building in your development tenant. Click the link below for more information.
Once you have configured your setup, you need to move this to another tenant to test it. Click the link below for more information.
Once you have built and tested all sprints for initial go-live, you can install the production-ready templates and import the integration recipes into your production tenant in preparation for sanity testing.
It's important to note that whilst you'll have three tenants, you'll actually only have two accounts because Applaud's multi-tenanted architecture physically separates production and non-production.
The Applaud platform comes equipped with more than thirty best-practice templates, enabling you to deploy services quickly and easily.
When you first set up your tenant, you are given several default roles. However, you can create your own roles to define the levels of access that you want.
In Applaud Cloud, the term user provisioning refers to the automatic creation, management, and maintenance of user identities and the management of user rights and privileges.
In addition to self-provisioning, you can invite a user manually, change their email address, manage their roles, and even language preferences.
Before you move on, let's review what you've learned!
You can point your Applaud Cloud tenant to a custom domain so that it's easier to remember and more personalized to your users.