Multi-tenancy in on-prem Orchestrator

I’m a bit confused and lost in the documentation. First of all: am I right that there are like “cloud” version of Orchestrator where all the data is stored on the UiPath servers and on-premise version when I can install Orchestrator in my environment and store all the data locally?

Secondly, is multi-tenancy enabled in both of the above variations? Or is it a feature for the on-prem version only? Where can I read about it?

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Have you had a look at this below:

@SenzoD, yes, I did take a look at this and this article does say how to manage tenants but it doesn’t answer the questions I asked in the message.
The article just shows that I can manage them through the web page but there are no words about whether it should be on-premise or cloud or anything related to that

Hi @mgmklmlr, There is a separate section for Automation Cloud in documentation. Below are the different links for On-Prem and Cloud pages about Tenants. Most of the orchestrator features are common for both anyway. There is a section for differences between Cloud and On-Prem as well.

On-Prem : https://docs.uipath.com/orchestrator/docs/about-tenants
Cloud : https://docs.uipath.com/automation-cloud/docs/about-tenants

To answer your question about multi-tenancy, it is enabled on both based on your license.

  1. Cloud Enterprise/Enterprise Trial - There is no limit. You can create “n” number of tenants
  2. Cloud Community - There is only one Tenant by default and “Add Tenant” option is disabled.
  3. On-Prem Orchestrator Standard Enterprise - There is no limit. You can create “n” number of tenants
  4. On-Prem Orchestrator Basic Enterprise - Single Tenant orchestrator but can add Non-Production Tenant(s)
  5. On-Prem Orchestrator Enterprise Trial - There is no limit. This is similar to On-Prem Standard Enterprise and can create “n” number of Tenants.

Hope this gives some insights.

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Hi @mgmklmlr
Actually your exactly right, yes in on-prem version all data stored in your local server

Usually it has to be as follows
APP server (Orchestrator application host)
DB server (Database )
Log server ( log save ){this is not mandatory}

And as your second question

Instead of Community Edition, other all an create multiple tenant in orchestrator

Community Edition can only create 1 tenant (but you were able to upgrade into enterprise train for limited periods and then you can have multiple tenant )