Create Teams

To create a new team,

  1. Click on current organization in navigation bar > settings icon near the organization name or settings icon in the Navbar
  2. Select the Teams tab
  3. Click on the Add button to create a new team
  4. Mention the following details in the Team details page:
    • Name: Specify a name for the team.
    • Description: A brief description about the purpose of the team Access Management
    • Manage access: When checked it allows team members to manage other team assignments and create new clouds and assemblies.
    • Organization scope: When checked this team will automatically have access to all assemblies and clouds in the organization
    • Cloud Permissions: Allows members to have a complete view of the cloud with limited or complete write/execute privileges depending upon the selected permissions listed below
      • Services: When checked and this team is added to a cloud or has Organization Scope, it allows team members to manage cloud services, for example, add/update/delete cloud services.
      • Compliance: When checked and this team is added to a cloud, it allows team members to approve deployment, involving the corresponding cloud. For example, if a team has this permission and there is one cloud named qa-azure1 with compliance object added, then all deployments involving the qa-azure1 cloud would require an approval. This approval can be granted by admin or members of this team’s.
      • Support: When checked and this team is added to a cloud, it allows team members to approve deployment, involving the corresponding cloud. For example, suppose a team has this permission and there is one cloud named stg-openstack1 with a support object added, then all deployments involving the stg-openstack1 cloud would require an approval. This approval can be granted by admin or members of this team’s.
    • Assembly Permissions: Allows members to have a complete view of the assembly with limited or complete write/execute privileges depending upon the selected permissions listed below. The permissions are also called DTO (design, transition and operations) permissions.
      • Design: When checked and this team is added to an assembly, it allows the team members to manage the design including add/update/delete platform, components and variables within the assembly
      • Transition: When checked and this team is added to an assembly, it allows team members to manage the transition phase which allows members access to:
        • Add/update/delete environment
        • Add/update/delete component monitor thresholds
        • Update components and variables within the environment
        • Pull design
        • Commit open releases
        • Perform deployments
      • Operations: When checked and this team is added to an assembly, it allows team members to manage the operate phase allowing members access to execute any actions/procedures and mark any instance for replacement.
  5. Click Save to create a new team

Once the team is created, we can add users and groups to that team. To do so

  • To add user
    • Click the team name
    • Click on Add button under User members
    • Mention Username. The user should be within the organization or in base organization. If not, create a user account
    • Click Add User
  • To add groups
    • Click the team name
    • Click on Add button under Group members
    • Mention Group name
    • Click Add Group

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