Ublion asks you to create a tenant when you create an account. Tenant is a term borrowed from software multitenancy. It refers to an architecture where a single software instance serves multiple tenants. In Ublion, a tenant is logically isolated. No tenant can access the data of another tenant, even though multiple tenants might be running on the same machine.
Ublion Tenant charactetristics:
- The tenant name has to be unique. It will be used to create your personal domain.
- The tenant name can contain only lowercase alphanumeric characters and hyphens (“-“). It cannot begin or end with a hyphen.
- The tenant name must be a minimum of three characters and maximum of 64 characters.
- The tenant name cannot be changed after creation.
- You can create more than one tenant; in fact, you are encouraged to do so for each environment you have (such as administrations or customers).
- You can create additional tenants at any time. To do so, go to the administration menu in the user interface / portal.
Ublion let you create up to 50 tenants with 10 users each.
When you create a new account with Ublion, you are asked to pick a name for your tenant. This name is followed by fan2customer.com, will be your Ublion domain. It’s the base URL you use to access the Ublion user interface and API and the URL where your users are redirected in order to authenticate.