11-09-2016 05:12 AM
we can create different charges for different environments, but how tu use it? How to differentiate which environment will be binded with different tenant? or app?
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11-11-2016 04:49 AM
The tenant is for separating content between customers. So if you want to provide for more than one customer you use tenants. (only one master database (environment) needed.
The easiest way to describe the need for multiple master databases (which are identified by the environment) is an example.
A common scenario for multiple master databases would be a DMZ environment. So you have a internal equipment and a external one (DMZ) that are completely separated from each other.
11-15-2016 08:20 AM
Paul, thanks, but I'm not asking what does tenant and environment mean. I'm asking how they are physically related, where to set relation between apps or tenants and environments, or mabye other way to separate applications that are under developement, test and in production, to use different charging plans.