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Creating a Tenant

Overview

You need a storage account to create various data flows for your customers. A Tenant in Skypoint AI provides you with the same for data storage and other purposes. Once your Tenant account gets created and registered in Skypoint AI, a unique id is allotted to it to support mapping as well as other reference purposes in the database.

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Once a Tenant is registered and assigned to you, it cannot be changed.

A Tenant is made available through Azure Data Lake Gen 2 that is by default bundled with Azure Cognitive Search service. The Tenant receives all the credentials for the storage account and cognitive search.

To create a Tenant

You need to start with creating an app in order to give proper access to the storage account. This enables you to use the other services offered by Azure. Follow the below steps:

  1. Go to Settings > Tenants.

The Tenants page appears.

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  1. In the Tenants page, click New tenant.

The Create tenant page appears.

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  1. Type a unique name in the Name text area.
  2. Type a business name in the Business name text area.
  3. Type the website URL in the Website URL text area.
  4. Click Next.

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The Azure Data Lake Gen2 settings page appears.

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  1. Follow one of the below actions to set up Azure Data Lake Gen2 settings:
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Use Default Azure Data Lake Gen2 & App registration SettingsCheck the box.
Configure Azure Data Lake Gen2 & App registration Settings manuallyUncheck the box.

To configure ADLS Gen2 settings manually

You can configure the Azure Data Lake Gen2 settings manually for the Tenant. Follow the below steps:

  1. On the Azure Data Lake Gen2 settings page, uncheck the Use Default Azure Data Lake Gen2 & App registration Settings box.

The Azure Data Lake Gen 2 Settings form appears.

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  1. Type Account name in the Account name text area.
  2. Type the ADLS Gen 2 Account key in the Account key text area.
  3. Type the designated Container name in the Container name text area.
  4. In the App registration settings section, type your registered app’s Tenant Id in the Tenant Id text area.
  5. Type your App Id in the App Id text area.
  6. Type the valid App Secret Key in the App Secret Key text area.
  7. Click Next.
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To view the procedures for registering a new app, move the pointer over the App registration settings Information icon.

To configure Azure Cognitive Search Settings

There are two ways to configure the Azure Cognitive Search Settings. You can choose between one of the following options:

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Use Default Azure Cognitive Search SettingsCheck the box.
Configure Azure Cognitive Search Settings manuallyUncheck the box.

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In case, you check Use Default Azure Cognitive Search Settings, click Next.

To configure Azure Cognitive Search Settings manually

You can configure the Azure Cognitive Search settings manually for the Tenant. Follow the below steps:

  1. Go to Tenants > Azure Cognitive Search Settings.
  2. Uncheck Use Default Azure Cognitive Search Settings.

The Azure Cognitive Search Settings form page opens.

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  1. Type the Search service name of your cognitive search in the Search service name text area.
  2. Type the valid Search service admin key in the Search service admin key text area.
  3. Click Next.

To configure Cosmos DB settings

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There are two ways to configure the Tenant Operations Cosmos DB settings. You can choose between one of the following options:

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Use default Tenant Operations Cosmos DB SettingsCheck the box.
Configure the Tenant Operations Cosmos DB Settings manuallyUncheck the box.

Follow the below steps to configure the Tenant Operations Cosmos DB Settings manually:

  1. Go to Settings > Tenants.
  2. On the Cosmos DB Settings page, uncheck the Tenant Operations Cosmos DB Settings box.

The Tenant Operations Cosmos DB Settings form appears.

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  1. Type the Primary Key in the Primary Key text area.
  2. Type the Endpoint URL in the Endpoint URL text area.