The following microapplications and widgets are related to User Management inside of OpenDash360™.
Role Manager roles are at the heart of OpenDash360™ application distribution and access. Roles identify a type or category of user.
Typical roles that may exist include: “Administrator”, “User”, “Manager” and “Employee”.
Applications often assign access and permissions to specific roles rather than individual users as dealing with users can be too fine-grained and hard to manage.
There are three types of roles: “Realm Roles”, “Client Roles”, and “Composite Roles”.
The User Chart widget allows users to view Active vs Pending user data via different charts. Chart types include: bar chart, column chart and pie chart.
The User Count widget allows users to view the total number of Active and Pending users via infographic.
The User Manager microapplication is used for all user management tasks.
Managing users is generally the majority of the administrator’s job responsibilities. A user is a person that needs access to the system and is mapped to specific roles to give them access to microapplications within the enterprise.
OpenDash360™ provides administrators with an easy way to manage the underlying Red Hat SSO identity management software. OpenDash360™ allows the administrator to create, delete, update, suspend, and approve registration requests.
The OpenDash360™ User Manager also allows a user to be mapped to roles to grant them access to applications within the enterprise.