The package comes with all the tooling necessary for multi-database tenancy.
TenantDatabaseManagers are classes which manage tenant databases — they primarily take care of creating and deleting them.
There are database managers for all Laravel-supported DB drivers (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite). There's also a database manager for using a single database, but multiple schemas (one per tenant) with PostgreSQL.
database section of the tenancy config for more details.
There are also commands for working with tenant databases. Namely,
tenants:seed. See the console commands page of the documentation.
Jobs & Listeners
By default, when a tenant is created, there's also a database created for him. This is done using a JobPipeline listener in the
TenancyServiceProvider. See the event system page of the documentation.