A tenant on the Re:infer SaaS platform represents a single organisation's data. In some cases organisations may have multiple tenants. For example, a organisation may choose to have a tenant for each of production and development.
Data and users are separated between tenants, and each tenant uses a unique API endpoint for the Re:infer platform. Users and projects within one tenant are not able to access users and projects within another tenant. The exception to this is for Re:infer support-users, who may be granted permissions within your tenant in order to aid your usage of the Re:infer platform.
The API endpoint for each tenant is unique, and is always of the form
<mydomain> is the tenant's
Your unique domain is the same one which you log into on the Re:infer web UI. In
the screenshot below, the user is logged in to
example.reinfer.io, so their
tenant domain is
example and their tenant API endpoint would be