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Understanding Workday Tenants 00:05
Importance of Multiple Tenants 02:14
Workday Versioning and Naming Conventions 05:45
Sandbox Tenant and Cloning Activity 07:57
A: In Workday, the term “tenant” is used to represent an instance. This naming convention is derived from the concept of lending. Workday operates on a vendor-based model, where clients subscribe to and pay for services. The term “tenant” aligns with the idea of tenants in a house, where individuals pay rent or book the space for a specific period. It signifies that clients have access to the application only during their subscription period, serving the purpose of lender and lending.
A: Different types of tenants in Workday are essential for the maintenance of project processes across various stages of the project life cycle. While end users typically require access to the production instance, developers working on implementations need different types of tenants for different stages. This ensures that specific activities can be performed at each phase of the project life cycle, supporting effective project management and development processes.
A: In the SDLC, Workday employs different types of tenants to facilitate the development, testing, and deployment of components. The stages include development, testing, user acceptance testing (UAT), and production. Workday maintains at least five types of tenants: sandbox, development, testing, support, and production. Each type serves a specific purpose in the SDLC, allowing for comprehensive testing, validation, and progression of components from development to production.
A: A sandbox tenant in Workday is a production-like tenant used for user acceptance testing (UAT). It undergoes a weekly refresh, also known as cloning activity, where all data from the production instance, including transactional, configuration, and migrated data, is copied to the sandbox. This refresh ensures that the sandbox closely mirrors the production environment. The refresh occurs every Friday at the end of the day CST hours, and it is an automated, default setup for all clients globally.