In DivvyCloud, organizations allow for multi-tenant functionality to logically isolate resources, users, Bots, and Insights according to their unique uses. For example, a managed service provider can manage multiple customers in single DivvyCloud installation.
Cloud accounts and their resources can only belong to one organization and cannot be modified or viewed from another organization. Review our documentation around Badges for more information on configuring and managing DivvyCloud organization functionality.
The hierarchy of management within DivvyCloud can be understood as follows:
Organizations (Enterprise Only) - Organizations allow for complete isolation between Cloud accounts, resources, and users on an 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
Review section hierarchy to learn more about the DivvyCloud hierarchy.
Before getting started you need to ensure you have the following:
A functioning DivvyCloud installation
The appropriate permissions, i.e., since organizations are maintained at the domain level, managing organizations requires Domain Admin privileges.
Note: During the installation process, enterprise customers will create their first user as 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 since all organizations and permissions cannot be limited for these users.
Org admins and basic users do not see the organization list and cannot change organizations or modify organization details.
To add a new DivvyCloud organization, complete the following steps.
1. Navigate to "Administration --> System Administration" and locate the "Create Organization" button in the top-right corner.
2. Give the new organization a name. Optionally you may also use a previous organization as a template. Click "Submit" to complete. (For this example we named it TEST.)
- Note: If you select 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. (For this example we left it blank.)
3. Once you create the new organization, the system will redirect you back to the main System Administration interface. If you want to recall the organization you created, type the name in the search field in the upper-left corner and press "Enter." The organization will appear under the "Name" column.
To manage, edit, or delete an existing DivvyCloud organization, navigate to the "System Administration" page (under Administration from the left-side menu); "Organizations" is the first tab/section that displays on the page.
Navigate to the target organization and select the "Actions" menu on the left side of the organization name.
Actions available for existing organizations include the following:
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
Add or remove cloud badges for this organization
Delete this organization (this option is not available for an "active" organization)
Updated about a month ago