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Network Hierarchy Updates in a Multitenant Deployment

 

JSA uses the network hierarchy to understand and analyze the network traffic in your environment.

Tenant administrators who have the Define network hierarchy permission can change the network hierarchy within their own tenant.

Network hierarchy changes require a full configuration deployment to apply the updates in the JSA environment. Full configuration deployments restart all JSA services, and data collection for events and flows stops until the deployment completes. Tenant administrators must contact the Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) administrator to deploy the changes. MSSP administrators can plan the deployment during a scheduled outage, and notify all tenant administrators in advance.

In a multitenant environment, the network object name must be unique across the entire deployment. You cannot use network objects that have the same name, even if they are assigned to different domains.