Organizations provide complete isolation of Resources and Users for a DivvyCloud installation. The hierarchy of management can be understood as:

Organizations (Enterprise Only) - Organizations allow for complete isolation between Cloud Accounts, resources and users on a installation. Cloud Accounts and their resources can only belong to one Organization and cannot be modified or viewed from another Organization.

Installation > Domains > Organizations > Groups/Roles/Users

Check out this section, to learn more about the complete DivvyCloud Hierarchy.

Add Organizations

1. Go to the System Administration page, then locate the Create Organization button in the top right corner

2. Give it a name, and select whether you want to use a previous organization as a template. By selecting a previous organization the insights, roles, and user groups will be copied over to the new organization. If left blank then the organization will be empty.

3. Once created, click on your name in the left hand navigation menu (top left corner) and verify that the new organization exists

Manage Organizations

In this section you will be able to manage and update all of the organization that you have created in DivvyCloud. See below, for the different actions you can take for the organization.

Update Organizations


Update the name of the organization

Configure Email (SMTP)

Configure the SMTP settings for this organization

Configure Navigation Menu Blacklist

Configure the Navigation Menu for this organization

Delete Email Configuration

Delete the SMTP configuration for this organization

Update Badges

Add or remove cloud badges for this organization


Delete this organization

Since Organizations are maintained at the Domain level, managing Organizations requires Domain Admin privileges. For enterprise customers, during the installation process the first user created is a Domain Admin. When visiting the Domain Admin page in the Identity Management section of the tool you will see this initial user.

Additional Domain Admins can be created. Be advised that Domain Admins have ‘Organization Admin’ privileges for all Organizations and permissions cannot be limited for these users.

User Permissions

Org Admins and Basic Users do not see the Organization list and cannot change organization.