Learn ways to manage users and roles in Cloud Observability.
Cloud Observability offers several ways to manage users and roles. The different features and integrations give you the following:
This section lists Cloud Observability’s features and integrations for managing users and roles. The information is organized by function and links to setup guides to help you get started.
Not sure where to start? Visit Plan your workflow for four common setups.
With SSO, an IdP – for example, Okta – authenticates users. Users then log into Cloud Observability with their IdP credentials. Cloud Observability supports SSO with OAuth2 and SSO with Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML).
Cloud Observability has several options for creating Cloud Observability users.
If you’re not using SSO, create users by manually inviting them in the Cloud Observability UI.
RBAC lets you manage what users can do in Cloud Observability through roles and permissions. There are several ways to work with Cloud Observability’s RBAC.
If you’re not using SSO, assign roles in the Cloud Observability UI.
There are many ways to manage users and roles in Cloud Observability. The chart below shows four common workflows, covering SSO, creating users, assigning roles, and deleting users.
Updated Aug 8, 2023