Access control

Control what members of a Sleuth organization are permitted to do using RBAC (Role-Based Access Control)

With RBAC (role-based access control), you can control access rights to users based on their roles. These controls enable the Owner to control what members of a Sleuth organization can do and what portions of the control panel they can see and alter. For example, only the Owner or Administrator can access billing information or change the name of or delete a project.

These are the four different roles a Sleuth user can assume:

Role

Privileges

Owner

The organization owner that cannot be removed. An organization will always have one, and only one, owner. This account cannot be deleted.

Administrator

Can do anything. Can do the same thing as an Owner. Multiple Administrators can be created, and Administrators can be removed.

Developer

Can add integrations, deployments, but not add, remove, or manage any users.

Observer

Can only view deployment information. Observers cannot change anything.

Login to your Sleuth account (but only if you're an Owner or Administrator), then go to Organization Settings > Members, then select the cog dropdown next to the user to change their role:

You can invite new members and assigned roles by entering their e-mail address in the Member field, selecting a role, then pressing Invite. The invitation will be displayed in the member list. When they accept the invitation, their Gravatar, role, name, and email address will be displayed.

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