Set Up Your Cloud Tenant
Table of Contents
- A step-by-step guide to connecting to your Elastio Tenant
- 1. Sign up for an Elastio Tenant account
- 2. Create your Elastio Tenant Account
When you sign up for Elastio, we will send you an email with an invitation to create your Elastio Tenant account. Here is a step-by-step guide to signing up and creating your Elastio Tenant.
Navigate to the Elastio Website and click on the <Try for Free> button (Figure 1).
Figure 1: Elastio Home page
The next step is to fill in your email (see Figure 2 below).
Figure 2: Fill in your email
The following step is to name your Tenant (see Figure 3 below).
Figure 3: Name your Tenant
After filling out this web form and clicking on the <Sign Up> button at the bottom of the form, you will see the following message:
“We`re onboarding new users every day, keep an eye out for our onboarding message sent to your email.”
Figure 4: Sign Up confirmation
Once the email has arrived, click on the green <Join Now> link contained within the email (see Figure 5 below) to navigate to the Elastio Tenant web page and follow the steps listed below.
Figure 5: Email invitation
Note: The following points are important to bear in mind before starting with the list of instructions below:
- Active sources would contain your AWS account and regions you deployed to.
- The AWS Security Token Service (STS) must be enabled in your AWS account for the Cloud Connector to communicate with the Cloud Tenant.
Select <Sign In> to sign into your Cloud Tenant account (Figure 6 below)
Figure 6: Elastio Tenant account Sign In page
In order to access the Elastio Tenant you can just log into it via Google or Microsoft (MS) SSO. On the other hand, if you’re going to log in using a username and password, you need to first register in the Elastio Tenant by clicking on the <Sign Up> button below the <Sign In> button (see Figure 7 below).
Figure 7: Enter your user name and password
Enter your name, work email, and password and then click on the <Sign Up> button.
Once you have logged in either with your username and password or via Google or MS SSO and been successfully authenticated, you will be logged into your Elastio Tenant account.
Note: In the Account Settings of you Tenant you can enable the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) option wto add another layer of security on top of the login credentials. You can enable the MFA option at your first login or at any point later.