Manage Multiple Tenants in GlobalProtect Cloud Service
To allow you to create and manage multiple GlobalProtect cloud service instances, GlobalProtect cloud service offers multitenancy, which enables you to create up to 100 instances on a single Panorama appliance (or 2 appliances in in high availability (HA) mode), with each tenant having their own separate templates and template stacks, device groups, and access domains.
Existing or future non-multitenant deployments are not affected by multitenancy and will continue to function normally. We recommend that you enable multitenancy only if your organization has a need to manage multiple instances of GlobalProtect cloud service.
Follow this workflow to create multiple tenants in Panorama for GlobalProtect cloud service:
- Multitenancy Overview
- Multitenancy Configuration Overview
- Plan your Multitenant Deployment
- Enable Multitenancy and Migrate the First Tenant
- Add Tenants to GlobalProtect Cloud Service
- Delete a Tenant
- Create Administrative Users for a Single Tenant
- Control Role-Based Access for Tenant-Level Administrative Users
- Sort Logs by Device Group ID for External Logging
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