Cloud Tenant Management

Managing AWS Accounts, Azure Subscriptions and GCP Projects at Scale

With meshcloud, a cloud tenant refers to an account with a cloud provider. For example, a tenant can be an account with AWS, a subscription with Azure or a project with GCP. Large companies usually have a large number of cloud tenants with different cloud providers. This requires good tenant management: the structured creation and administration of accounts across all clouds.

Balance Agility and Control in the Cloud

Use Landing Zones to prevent security incidents and support developers in building compliant applications in the cloud.

One Multi-Cloud project with all your clouds

  • Self-service tenant creation
  • Multi-cloud project management
  • Consistent configuration of secure landing zones (→Compliance & Security)
  • Overview of users and cloud platforms
  • Cross-cloud project metadata (project owners, cost centers, etc.)
  • Cross-cloud assignment of cloud access rights (→IAM)
  • No vendor lock-in: access to native cloud tools (APIs, CLIs, consoles, etc.)
  • Cloud Inventory for more transparancy and accountability
Creating AWS, Azure or GCP tenants with a single Multi-Cloud Project

Tenant management: How to create cloud tenants for AWS, Azure and more with meshcloud

Team Lead Tom or one of his developers create a meshProject on the meshcloud platform.

Tom chooses which cloud platforms his team will need for the project, e.g. Azure and AWS.

The tenants are created and Tom gives his team access to them.

The meshcloud platform continuously replicates the meshProject with the corresponding users and configurations into the connected cloud platforms.

Automated Creation and Replication of Cloud Tenants into the Platforms AWS, GCP, Azure, OpenShift, Cloud Foundry, OpennStack, kubernetes

Reduce complexity with centralized cloud governance

Challenge – Heterogeneous organizational structures and lack of development resources

Cloud providers such as AWS, Azure or GCP pursue different concepts for the administration of accounts, users, access structures and costs. With a multi-cloud strategy, this heterogeneity leads to large administrative overheads: Internal organisational structures must be transferred to the respective concepts and administrative processes adapted accordingly. Often the necessary governance structures and specific platform know-how are lacking, which leads to uncontrollable shadow IT.

Solution – Central definition of organizational structures for all cloud platforms

meshcloud integrates all relevant cloud platforms out-of-the-box and supports the entire cloud project lifecycle: tenant (de-)provisioning, tenant configuration, user (de-)provisioning, resources (de-)provisioning. The organization is set up centrally on the platform and transferred to the connected platforms. New cloud platforms can be integrated easily.


Find more insights on cloud tenant
management in our meshBlog.

Cloud Tenant Management:
What You Need to Know in 2021


Cloud Security and Compliance Guide

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