Tenants typically represent a single application or set of microservices, that will all share the same permissions model.
Tenants have a globally unique name called a
slug, which is also used as the prefix for all Namespaces defined underneath that tenant.
For example, a tenant with the slug
myapplication, might have namespaces:
Since tenant slugs are globally unique, we recommend using a descriptive slug, such as your company name followed by the application name.
Tenants can be defined as either
A Production tenant has no restrictions on API call or tuple count, but cannot be one-click cleared.
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A tenant can be created in the
Tenants section of the Authzed Management Dashboard.
To make API calls to a Tenant, a token with permission on the tenant is required. Tokens can be created under Clients or Users, and can be granted permissions on the tenant in the Authzed Management Dashboard.