Onboarding Project Members¶
Now that your project has been created, it's time to add project members.
CNO follows a Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) process. So, each project member should be assigned a role. Such roles define access privileges.
Project owners automatically become Admins at the project level. They are still the only ones who can make a replenishment request.
|Role Name||Level||Role Description|
|Admins||Project||They are the project Owners |
Admins are in charge of environments and applications
deployment management across multi-cloud Kubernetes clusters.
|Developers||Project||They deliver applications. |
Developers deploy their applications to project environments
without dealing with Kubernetes complexity.
|Viewers||Project||They monitor results. |
Viewers have access to every monitoring dashboard to follow
the project's evolution, such as ressources consumption
or application deployments.
Adding Project Members from CNO's U.I.¶
Go to Onboard > Project¶
Enter your project by clicking the eye icon besides your project.
Let's create Teams¶
You cannot add a member who has not been registered in the IAM beforehand
- Click on "Members" in the upper right corner of your project screen.
- Click on the big red "Add New Member" in the upper right corner.
- Fill out the form & press Add.
- Repeat this action for each user to be added to your project.
Adding Project Members from CNOCTL¶
You can add a user with the following command:
You can get team members and privileges for each member with the command: