Organizations provide resources to a group of users and set policies that determine how users can consume those resources. Create an organization for each group of users that requires its own resources, policies, or both.
Understanding Leases Creating an organization involves specifying leases. Leases provide a level of control over an organization's storage and compute resources by specifying the maximum amount of time that vApps can be running and that vApps and vApp templates can be stored.
Understanding Allocation Models An allocation model determines how and when the allocated provider virtual data center (VDC) compute and memory resources are committed to the organization VDC.
Understanding Compute Policies Starting with vCloud Director 9.7, you can control the resource allocation and the virtual machine (VM) placement by using compute policies. Based on the scope and the function, there are two types of compute policies - provider virtual data center (VDC) compute policies and VDC compute policies.
Create an Organization Creating an organization involves specifying the organization settings and creating a user account for the organization administrator.
Allocate Resources to an Organization You allocate resources to an organization by creating an organization virtual data center that is partitioned from a provider virtual data center. A single organization can have multiple organization virtual data centers.