User Management

You can create users, organizations, assign roles & manage them using the “Access Control” feature of Cloudnosys.

To access Cloudnosys user management features, go to the nav menu, click the Settings and select Access Control.

Actions:

  • Create a user
  1. Just type the email address in the text box and click on the check box “Create User” and then click “Invite
  1. If you want to change the role of users of your organization, click on the drop-down menu & change the role.

When you create a user, the owner will get an email of user creation & the user will get an email for credentials

  • Invite a user 

When you invite a user, the user will get an invitation email & if the user already exists in our Cloudnosys platform then after login user will get a pop-up like this:

Access Control:

As an owner or admin, you can control access to cloud accounts and their reports/alerts per user. This can be achieved by explicitly selecting cloud accounts in the Access Control screen for users you want to give limited access to.

When you click on the menu in the Cloud Account column, you’ll see a menu. From there you can give or restrict access to one or more cloud accounts.

 

If you select no cloud accounts, the user will be given access to all current and new cloud accounts as you add them later.

Roles: 

Owner: Top-level user – Full access to all actions.

Auditor: An auditor can view system resources, but cannot create, modify, or delete them.

Administrator: An administrator can modify credentials, user roles, send access invites, integrate third-party tools, activate/deactivate users.

DevSecOps: DevSecOps can perform DevOps & security tasks(Monitoring,Eagle eye) & can modify regulations,run scan,suppression rules & signatures.

Trial Account:

  • The trial will expire within 14 days

Users will only have read access after the expiration of the trial period, which means a user with the expired package can only view the dashboard

Note: If the package type is trial then you cannot create more than one organization. And if the package is paid then you can create as many organizations as you want.

Creating an organization

An organization specifies the services and actions that users and roles can use in the accounts. After signing up, you’ll be part of an organization and you can create multiple organizations within one user account.

At the navigation menu, hover on Organization.

Actions:

  • Create an organization
  • Edit an Organization: You can create or invite or delete users in an organization.
  • Delete Organization: You can delete an organization, after deleting it, all data (users/cloud accounts) of that organization will be deleted.

You can restore deleted organization by contacting support within 30 days of deletion.

Organization Restrictions

If your package is not Enterprise, you cannot create more than one organization. If you click on “Create an Organization” as shown below:

 

It’ll show you a modal with the message that you cannot create a new organization in the current package:

 

Note: If you want to add more than one organization, you need to upgrade your package to an enterprise level.