Add team users to a project allowing them to manage stacks

Add Team User to Project

Anyone with an Account admin role (i.e., Account admin, Root admin) can add team members to a project.
See How to set up RBAC for setting permissions and roles.
You can add as many team users to a project as you need to allow them to perform activities on stacks within the project.
For example, a project user can configure/deploy/pause/resume/teardown stack activities within the project. To clone or move a stack to a target project, the user must be a member of the target project.
To add team user to a project:
  1. Select the project where you want to add team users to on the Project page.
  2. Click the Project Team button.
  3. Click Add project team user.
  4. Select the user you want to add to the project.

    • Related Articles

    • Add New User to snapblocs Account

      Anyone with an Account admin role (i.e., Account admin, Root admin) can manage users to a snapblocs account. See How to set up RBAC for Permissions and Roles of Root admin or Account admin. You can add as many users to a snapblocs account as you ...
    • How to add AWS IAM Access Keys to snapblocs

      When deploying a snapblocs stack, snapblocs provisions the stack within the customer’s AWS account. The stack is integrated with Amazon EKS for Kubernetes clusters using AWS EC2 instances and other AWS resources. snapblocs manages the lifecycle of ...
    • How to add GCP Account Keys to snapblocs

      When deploying a snapblocs stack, snapblocs provisions the stack within the customer’s GCP account. The stack is integrated with Google GCP for Kubernetes clusters using Google Compute Engine instances and other GCP resources. snapblocs manages the ...
    • How to create new project

      By default, all users are a member of a default project so that you don't need to create a new project to create a stack. You must have permission to create a new project. To create a new project: Click the Projects menu. Click the "Create Project" ...
    • How to add AWS IAM Role to snapblocs

      When deploying a snapblocs stack, snapblocs provisions the stack within the customer's AWS account. The stack is integrated with Amazon EKS for Kubernetes clusters using AWS EC2 instances and other AWS resources. snapblocs manages the lifecycle of ...