User States and Actions
Platform Administrator (Root)
Represents the enterprise or organization that hosts CloudCenter and has special administrativeand access to all CloudCenter functions, and is responsible for setting up clouds, initial cloud accounts, creating users, and adding tenants.
Platform administrators can:
CloudCenter's multi-tenancy model refers to tenant-level isolation of functions that are accessible to a specific set of Users and Groups .
A separate administrator, called the tenant administrator, governs each tenant. At the tenant level, the tenant administrator can create tenant users and user groups.get complete independence in managing users and user groups within the tenant. An example of organizations with tenants is a business unit that requires isolation from its parent to customize workflows, clouds, UIs, applications, governance models, and so forth.
If permitted by the platform admin, tenant administrators can perform the following tasks:
People who use the CloudCenter platform to create application profiles, deploy applications, or manage applications using the UI, API, or CLI. Users are also referred to as standard users (see Standard Users).
|End Users||People who use the application after it is onboarded and deployed.|
The CloudCenter platform's infrastructure system administrator (SysAdmin) is responsible for installing and managing the CloudCenter platform. This user is independent of other CloudCenter users and accounts.
A CloudCenter SysAdmin has separate credentials (Log in as a System Admin) and performs the following tasks:
To obtain the initial credentials for your CloudCenter SysAdmin account, contact CloudCenter Support.
|Groups||Each user can be assigned to none, one, or more than one group.|
A role is a collection of global pthat specifically relate to CloudCenter functions. Roles control user privileges and permissions to CloudCenter functions (for example, the ability to create Application Profiles, add a cloud account, and so forth).
Roles only apply to within one tenant. They do not apply to sub-tenant and sub-tenant users.
|Permissions||CloudCenter provides additional granularity in Permission Control.sharing within CloudCenter (for example, the ability to view a specific , the ability to with other users or user groups, and so forth). See|
The Users page (CCM UI > Admin > Users) lists the available Actions for each user.
You can see three types of users in the Users page:
See the Permission Control page for assigning resource permissions to users.
Possible User States
You an see three possible states for each user in the Users page:
Must be activated and enabled to be considered
Tenant owners can never be in this state.
Depending on the Permission, this user can perform numerous tasks.
Enabled users can performor Admin User tasks based on the configured user actions
Disabled users can only be Enabled or Deleted
Tenant owners can never be.
Possible User Actions for Each State
A user's current state and profile determine the options listed in the Actions dropdown. The following table describes the user types and actions.
User Type and Actions
User Is Activated
Additional User Actions
Additional Admin Actions
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