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Cisco ACI Cookbook by Stuart Fordham

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Creating tenants

Tenants can be anything we want them to be (within reason): they can be a customer, a business unit within an enterprise, or a grouping of policies. The term 'tenant' is flexible, but each tenant is (by default) an isolated unit within the fabric. It is a logical container, one that can remain self-contained or, through contracts, share resources with other tenants.

The MIT for the tenant is as follows:

Tenant MIT

As you can see from the diagram, tenants contain some different components, including application profiles, bridge domains, VRFs (also referred to as contexts), and contracts. Some of these components, such as bridge ...

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