Chapter 2. Configure User Access to manage notifications

To configure notifications and integrations settings, you must be a member of a group with the Notifications administrator role. This group must be configured in User Access by an Organization Administrator. In the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console > Settings > Identity & Access Management > User Access > Groups, an Organization Administrator performs the following high-level steps:

  1. Create a User Access group for Notifications administrators.
  2. Add the Notifications administrator role to the group.
  3. Add members (users with account access) to the group.

Organization Administrator

The Organization Administrator configures the User Access group for Notifications administrators, then adds the Notifications administrator role and users to the group.

Notifications administrator

Notifications administrators configure how services interact with notifications. Notifications administrators configure behavior groups to define how services notify users about events. Administrators can configure additional integrations as they become available, as well as edit, disable, and remove existing integrations.

Notifications viewer

The Notifications viewer role is automatically granted to everyone on the account and limits how a user can interact with notifications service views and configurations. A viewer can view notification configurations, but cannot modify or remove them. A viewer also cannot configure, modify, or remove integrations.

Additional resources

2.1. Creating and configuring a notifications group in the Hybrid Cloud Console

An Organization Administrator of a Hybrid Cloud Console account creates a group with the Notifications administrator role and adds members to the group.

Prerequisites

  • You are logged in to the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console as an Organization Administrator.

Procedure

  1. Click Settings > Identity & Access Management.
  2. Under Identity & Access Management, expand User Access if necessary and select Groups.
  3. Click Create group.
  4. Enter a group name, for example, Notifications administrators, and a description, then click Next.
  5. Select the role to add to this group, in this case Notifications administrator. Click the checkbox for that role, then click Next.
  6. Add members to the group. Search for individual users or filter by username, email, or status. Check the box next to each intended member’s name, then click Next.
  7. Review the details to make sure everything is correct. Click Back if you need to go back and change something.
  8. Click Submit to finish creating the group.

2.2. Editing or removing a User Access group

You can make changes to an existing User Access group in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console and you can delete groups that are no longer needed.

Prerequisites

  • You are logged in to the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console as a user who has Organization Administrator permissions.
  • If you are not an Organization Administrator, you must be a member of a group that has the User Access administrator role assigned to it.

Procedure

  1. Find the group name in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console > Settings > Identity & Access Management > User Access > Groups.
  2. Click the options icon (⋮) on the far right of the group name row, and click Edit or Delete.
  3. Make and save changes or delete the group.