A tenant is an instance of Loome Monitor. Each tenant spins up a database in Azure. In order to start using Loome Monitor, you need to create a Tenant, and then invite your employees/users to join your tenant. A user can be part of many tenants and one tenant can have multiple users, however if you choose to have more than one tenant, the tenants themselves do not connect as they are isolated from one another. All Loome Monitor related data such as projects, rules, and connections, cannot be shared across different tenants, however separate tenants can use the same connections.
Managing your tenant requires assigning User Application Roles, which vary the level of access each user receives.
As you can split your rules into as many separate Projects as you need, there are currently few scenarios that will require you to have more than one tenant. If you currently would like more complete separation of Projects however, you can create a new Tenant for a specific business department.
You may wish to install multiple tenants if you are planning to create Development, Test and Production environments.
Whilst you can be part of multiple tenants, you can only work on one tenant at a time. This means that having multiple tabs of Loome Monitor open in a web browser will not allow you to have different tenants connected on different tabs.
If you are running tasks across different machines and operating systems, it is advisable to install additional Agents on the required hosts, however there will be no need for an additional Tenant. If you have different data workloads/technologies, you can rely on Loome Monitor’s Data Connection types instead of creating different Tenants for different workloads.
Creating multiple tenants will change your licensing cost.
If you are a member of multiple Tenants, switching between the two is as simple as selecting the desired Tenant name from the dropdown menu in the top-right corner of the screen.