You must configure components such as vRealize Automation tenants, assign roles to the identity store, and configure the Artifactory server before you can use vRealize Code Stream. Configuring Additional TenantsYou create the default tenant when you install vRealize Automation, but you can create additional tenants to represent business units in an enterprise or companies that subscribe to cloud services from a service provider. Managing UsersTenant administrators create and manage custom groups and grant and manage user access rights to the vRealize Automation console. Configure a Tenant to a User in the Artifactory ServerFor organizations that have Artifactory with multiple repositories, a tenant administrator can map a vRealize Automation tenant to the corresponding user in the Artifactory server from the vRealize Code Stream user interface. The mapping lets the organization control the access to the Artifactory repository among its users. Configure an External Disk Partition for the Artifactory ServerIf you plan to store large binaries you can configure external disk partition to the default Artifactory server and synchronize the existing artifacts. Create a Service BlueprintA blueprint is a complete specification for a service. With service blueprints, you can publish predefined and custom vRealize Orchestrator workflows as catalog items for requesting.