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FusionInsight HD 6.5.0 Administrator Guide 02

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Multi-Tenant Use

Multi-Tenant Use

Overview

Tenants are used in resource control and service isolation scenarios. Administrators need to confirm the service scenarios of FusionInsight HD, and then plan tenants.

NOTE:

Multi-tenant involves three types of operations: creating a tenant, managing tenants, and managing resources. Table 9-5 describes the operations.

Table 9-5 Operations involved in multi-tenant

Operation

Action

Description

Creating a tenant

Adding a tenant

Adding a sub-tenant

Creating a user and binding the user to the role of a tenant

During the creation of a tenant, you can configure its computing resources, storage resources, and associated services based on service requirements. In addition, you can add users to the tenant and bind necessary roles to these users.

A user who creates level-1 tenants must be bound to the Manager_administrator or System_administrator role.

A user who creates sub-tenants must be bound to the role of the parent tenant at least.

Managing tenants

Managing tenant directories

Restoring tenant data

Clearing unassociated queues of a tenant

Deleting a tenant

Modifies tenants as the services change.

A user who manages or deletes level-1 tenants and restores tenants' data must be bound to the Manager_administrator or System_administrator role.

A user who manages or deletes sub-tenants must be bound to the role of the parent tenant at least.

Managing resources

Adding a resource pool

Modifying a resource pool

Deleting a resource pool

Configuring a queue

Configuring the queue capacity policy of a resource pool

Clearing queue configurations

Reconfigure resources for tenants as the services change.

A user who manages resources must be bound to the Manager_administrator or System_administrator role.

Process Overview

Administrators need to confirm the service scenarios of FusionInsight HD and plan user rights. After that, administrators need to add tenants and configure dynamic resources, storage resources, and related services for tenants on FusionInsight Manager.

Figure 9-5 shows the procedure of creating a tenant.

Figure 9-5 Creating a tenant

Table 9-6 describes the operations.

Table 9-6 Description on creating a tenant

Operation

Description

Adding a Tenant

Configures computing resources, storage resources, and related services for tenants.

Adding a Sub-Tenant

Configures computing resources, storage resources, and related services for tenants.

Adding a User and Binding the User to a Tenant Role

If a user wants to use the resources of tenant1 or add or delete a sub-tenant for tenant1, the user must be bound with the Manager_tenant and tenant1 roles.

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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