What is the significance of “Account” and “Workspace” in the Vahana Portal?

What is the significance of “Account” and “Workspace” in the Vahana Portal? Could you explain the hierarchical structure within the Vahana Cloud Portal?

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In the Vahana Portal, the concepts of “Account” and “Workspace” play a crucial role in organizing and managing user access and application development. Let’s delve into the hierarchy within the Vahana Cloud Portal:

Account:
At the highest level of the hierarchy, we have the “Account.” When a new user requests access, an account is established. This account can be categorized as either an Enterprise or Personal account, depending on the user’s requirements.

Workspace:
Within the account, the concept of “Workspace” comes into play. A workspace represents a virtual space created under a specific account. Once a workspace is created, the workspace owner has the authority to add new members to the workspace. These members are granted access to applications and Vahana cloud tools. The versatility of workspaces allows users to create multiple distinct workspaces under a single account.

Application:
Applications are the heart of the Vahana Cloud Portal. These are Designer 2.0 applications that users can create to fulfill various needs. Applications are developed within the context of a workspace, and they cater to a wide range of functionalities.

Example:
To illustrate this hierarchy, let’s consider an example. Imagine a company named Decimal Technologies is using the Vahana Portal. In this scenario, Decimal Technologies would serve as the overarching “Account” within Vahana. Now, within the Decimal Technologies account, there are two distinct units: Vahana Consulting and Vahana Product. These units are termed “Workspaces.” Members within each workspace have the ability to create applications that align with their respective areas, fostering specialization and efficient development.

In conclusion, the Account-Workspace-Application hierarchy within the Vahana Cloud Portal provides a structured approach to organizing users, their access, and the applications they develop. This setup enhances collaboration, management, and application development across different units and functionalities.

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Thanks @nimesh.singh

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