Truefoundry provides a suite of collaboration features with role based access control to manage projects among users and teams. Using Truefoundry, you can achieve the following:
- Invite your team members to join Truefoundry
- Add team members to different entities like Cluster, Workspace, MLRepo, DockerRegistry, SecretGroup (You can understand more about the permission management system at Truefoundry here)
- Create teams to provide access to similar resources to a group of people.
You can invite users to join the TrueFoundry platform following the instructions below. An email notification will be sent to the specified email address, prompting the user to create their TrueFoundry account and join your team.
Within the TrueFoundry platform, there are two primary user roles:
- Admins: These individuals hold the highest level of access and are responsible for managing the overall TrueFoundry environment. They have full control over resources, including users, clusters, and workspaces. Usually there should be only a few admins in an organization.
- Members: These are the general users of the platform. They have access to resources that have been explicitly granted to them, typically aligned with their specific projects or tasks.
The role associated with a user can only be modified by Admins. To update a user's role, follow these steps:
Adminstators can deactivate a user's account. This will prevent the user from logging in to the platform.
Administrators can initiate a password reset process for a user. This will send an email to the user with a link to reset their password.
It might get cumbersome to add each individual user to each resource repeatedly. To solve this problem, we have the concept of teams using which you can add a team to a resource and then add or remove members from the team.
To create a team in TrueFoundry, follow these steps:
Once a team has been created, you can grant it access to resources. To do so, follow these steps:
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