I am trying to understand the exact usage of Multi-Tenancy from the point of view of Orchestrator instances as well as from the point of view of having separate infrastructure set-up environments viz, Dev, UAT and Prod. (And, Not the UiPath ‘Environment’ terminology)
What would be the best practice / guideline or recommended way to set up infra for below?
- If an enterprise wishes to have Dev, UAT and Prod environments for RPA development, then would it need to create Three-Tenants within the Same Single Orchestrator Instance?
- Would it create Three Separate Orchestrator Instances each having a Single-Tenant which means one Orchestrator instance each for Dev / UAT / Prod?
In a nutshell, is Multi-Tenancy the right way to have separate set-up for Dev / UAT / Prod environments within an enterprise doing RPA Development using UiPath?