Permissions

Federation

OnApp Administrators can control users' ability to create different tiers of service with Federation. Depending on the the permissions set, users can act as sellers or buyers.

  • Any actions on federation resources - the user can perform all actions on federated zones
  • Add compute zone to federation  -  the user can provide resources to Federation. If this permission is enabled, it also lets users manage trust tokens and publish private and public zones to Federation.
  • View unsubscribed federation resources - the user can view all compute zones that are available on Federation
  • Remove compute zone from federation - the user can remove a compute zone from Federation
  • Activate or deactivate compute zone for federation - the user can deactivate a compute zone from Federation so that customers could not create any more VSs on that zone; the zone can be activated at any time later
  • Unsubscribe from the compute zone - the user can unsubscribe from federated zone
  • Subscribe to the compute zone - the user can subscribe to a federated zone so that to create VSs in this zone
  • Report a federation problem on any virtual server -  buyer can report a problem on any VS. We strongly recommend not to enable this permission for your end customers, who you have provided a Federated VS to.
  • Report a federation problem on user's own virtual server - buyer can report a problem on their own VS. We strongly recommend not to enable this permission for your end customers, who you have provided a Federated VS to.
  • Move any virtual server to another federated location - the user can change any virtual server's federated location
  • Move own virtual server to another federated location - the user can change their own virtual server's federated location

Federation Failed Action

OnApp administrators can control users' ability to manage federated VSs failed actions through the Control Panel's Roles menu. You can set the following federated VSs failed actions permissions for user roles:

  • Any actions on federation failed actions - the user can perform any action on failed actions
  • Clean all federation failed actions - the user can clean all failed actions
  • Clean own federation failed actions - the user can clean only those failed actions that refer to the VSs they have built
  • Read all federation failed actions - the user can view all failed actions
  • Read own federation failed actions - the user can view only those failed actions that refer to the VSs they have built