Overview

This section describes settings specific to an Organization. To access Organization Settings:

  1. Select the Organization by name from the drop down menu at the top right of the end-user panel;
  2. From the same drop down menu select Settings.

By default, Organization Settings will only be accessible to those with the Owners role. For more details, see Roles.


General

This section contains panels for viewing and managing general settings for the organization.


Organization Name

Panel for changing the Organization name. Input the new name into the text box and click Save to confirm.


Contacts

This panel displays a list of contacts for the Organization. Users can be added to this section by assigning them to contact roles. The details listed are as follows:

Column Description
Name Name of the user
Email Email address of the user
Phone number Phone number of the user (optional)
Type(s) Type(s) of contact specified

For more details, see Roles.


Postage Details

Panel for adding, viewing and modifying postage details for the Organization. To add postage details, click Add , fill in the details in the pop-up box, and click OK to confirm. Similarly, to modify or remove saved postage details, select Edit or Delete.


User Access

This section contains panels for viewing and configuring user accounts and access.


Users

This panel provides a list of all users with access to the Organization:

Column Description
Name Name of the user
Email Email address of the user
Phone number Phone number of the user (optional)
Last Seen Time since user last used the platform

For Users with the Owners, a gear on the right of each user entry opens a drop down menu with the following options:

  • Remove: Removes the users account from the organization
  • Send password reset instructions: Emails the user instructions to reset their password

To add a new user, click Add, then fill in the user's email address, and select what role you would like to give them. Once you click Okay, the user will be sent a confirmation email with a link to complete the account creation.


Roles

This panel provides a summary of user roles. User roles can be used to limit visibility and control of the platform by feature. The details shown are as follows:

Column Description
Name Name of the role
Description Description of the role
Members Number of users assigned to the role

New roles can be created using the Add button near the bottom of the panel. The subsequent drop down will allow you to create a new role from scratch or base it from the permissions of an existing role.

Existing editable roles can be modified or deleted from the Edit and Delete options found under the gear drop down menu to the right of the corresponding role.

When editing or creating a role, the description can be modified, and permissions can be added by clicking Add permissions... and selecting the relevant permission to add. For each permission, either limited or full access can be granted. The sub items for each permission are presented as checkboxes, which reflect what is accessible to users with that role. The available permissions and sub items are:

  • Disks
    • Clone
    • Create
    • Delete
    • Edit
    • List
    • Rename
    • Resize
  • Instances
    • Configure
    • Create
    • Delete
    • Edit notes
    • List
    • Manage access groups
    • Manage disks
    • Manage networking
    • Manage SSH keys
    • Manage variables
    • Rename
    • Start
    • Stop
    • View usage
  • Organization
    • Access groups
    • Account balance
    • Contacts
    • Current Spend
    • Delete
    • Invoices
    • Manage API access
    • Payment methods
    • Postage details
    • Public Keys
    • Rate cards
    • Rename
    • Roles
    • Transfer
    • Users
  • Private IPs
    • Allocate
    • Deallocate
    • List
    • Rename
  • Private Networks
    • Create
    • Delete
    • Edit
    • List
  • Public IPs
    • Allocate
    • Deallocate
    • Edit
    • List
    • Rename

There are four default roles, three Contacts (Administrative, Billing and Technical), plus an Owners role. These cannot be deleted, and those with contact roles assigned will be listed on the Contacts page.

The different columns can be sorted by clicking on the column heading. Searching is also enabled, through the magnifying glass icon on the right.


Remote Access Groups

Provides a summary of the remote access groups for the Organization. Remote access groups can be used to group multiple users' SSH keys together so they can be added to an instance at the same time. The details shown are as follows:

Column Description
Name Name of the access group
Number of users Description of the access group
Actions Drop down menu for actions associated with this access group (i.e. Edit, Manage users and Delete)

To create a new Remote Access Group, click Add at the bottom of the panel, input a name and click Okay to confirm. Access groups can be renamed via the Edit option from the Actions drop down menu.

To add and remove users from a Remote Access Group, select Manage users, then follow the prompts in the pop up box and click OK to confirm.

Once your Access Group is set up, you can add it to your instance using the same drop down menu used to add individual SSH keys.


Public Keys

Panel used to list and manage Public SSH keys for the Organization. SSH keys added here will be accessible by anyone within the organization, and also via the OrionVM API. The details shown are as follows:

Column Description
Name Name of public key
Type Type of public key (inferred from key contents)
Comment Public key comment (inferred from key contents)
Instances Number of instances the public key is attached too

To add a new SSH key, click Add, fill in the Name and Key and click OK to confirm. To Edit and Delete keys, use the corresponding options from the drop down menu accessible from the gear on the right of the public key entry.

More details on SSH authentication on the OrionVM Platform can be found in the Remote Access section.


Billing

This section contains panels for viewing information related to billing and rates.


Estimated Current Spend

Provides an estimate of your current spend based on usage records for the current billing period.


Estimated Account Position

Provides an estimate of your account position, based on total amount owing from any previous billing period, plus estimated charges for this billing period.


Rates

Provides a list of buy rates for the organization. The details shown are as follows:

Column Description
Region Name of region for resource
Resource Type Resource type (Instance, Disk, IP Address, Bandwidth, License)
Resource Name Resource name
Buy Rate Buy rate for resource

Integrations

This section contains panels for viewing and managing account integrations for the organization.


Access Tokens

Panel for viewing and managing access tokens used for authentication by the OrionVM API. The details shown are as follows:

Column Description
Name Name of the token
Created Creation date of the token
Expires Expiration date for token

To create a new token, click Create a token, specify a name, then click Save. A new pop up will appear which shows the token. Note that this window will only be shown once; please save your token before continuing.

To Revoke and Rename access tokens, use the corresponding options from the drop down menu accessible from the gear on the right of the token entry.


Danger Zone

This section contains the Delete Organization panel.


Delete Organization

Panel used to delete the organization. All resources (instances, disks, external IP addresses, internal IP addresses, and internal networks) must be deleted before you will be allowed to delete your organization.

Once these requirements are satisfied, you can delete your organization by clicking Delete, typing the name of the organization into the text box, and clicking Yes, I really want to continue. This operation cannot be undone.