The Enterprise feature within RightScale lets larger companies manage all of the RightScale accounts within their enterprise, which is comprised of a 'master' and up to four 'child' accounts. Each RightScale account within the enterprise will have separate cloud credentials. The main benefit of the enterprise is that the 'enterprise_manager' can create Account Groups within the 'master' account and then automatically grant child accounts access to those Account Groupss without the need of sharing group invitations. In this way, the Enterprise Manager can control which ServerTemplates and Macros will be accessible to all users of a 'child' account.
Note: If you are the 'enterprise_manager' and do not see the Sharing option (Settings -> Sharing) in the 'master' account, you do not have 'publisher' role privileges. Contact email@example.com to get sharing enabled.Settings > Enterprise > Show
With IP Whitelists, you can add, modify, or delete Dashboard and API IP access rules that have been created on Enterprise parent and child accounts in the Access Control tab (Settings > Account Settings > Access Control). When you add or edit a field, you will see the following options: Fields
The Users tab lists all of the individual users within the enterprise along with their account access and user role privileges. The 'enterprise_manager' can edit a user's permissions at any time.
Settings > Enterprise > Show > Users tab
The Invitations tab shows a list of all the pending Account Group invitations that have not been accepted. In addition to granting access to Account Groups on a per account basis, the 'enterprise_manger' can also grant access to users outside of the enterprise on a per user basis via email invitations.
The Accounts tab provides an overall usage estimate for Enterprise accounts. Key information includes:
The usage estimates take into account multiple clouds (if applicable) and totals. Note the action button:
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