About DeployGate Enterprise
DeployGate Enterprise allows you to manage multiple organizations and users.
DeployGate Enterprise is a premium service that enhances user and organization management functions for companies and other large entities. It has the following features.
- Enhanced organization management functions while maintaining DeployGate’s signature distribution abilities
- Ability to designate multiple administrators, plus the additional option to set permissions at the functional level
- Restricting organizational membership to Enterprise users
- Enterprise Console to manage users across multiple organizations
- Assign members to shared teams that can be created to span multiple organizations
- In addition, with Enterprise Plan access control by SSO is provided.
See Using Enterprise for further details.
DeployGate Enterprise contains the following elements.
|Enterprise Member||A user account managed by the Enterprise. In addition to Enterprise administrative permissions, a member may belong to multiple organizations with permission settings unique to each organization. |
Only members with administrative permissions can access Enterprise Admin Console, and all other members can only access the organizations to which they belong.
|Organization||Manage multiple users and applications. |
Organizations can be created to encompass development projects and/or departments, with members added as required. Organization members manage their applications.
|Shared Team||A team that can be shared between the Enterprise’s organizations.|
By managing QA and testers at the Enterprise level, members can be moved between the different organizations on an as needed basis.
Each organization contains the following elements.
|Organization Member||Users who are members of an Organization. |
Enterprise members can be added to teams in order to access relevant applications.
|Applications||Applications that are managed by an Organization.Members with administrator or developer permissions with an organization can upload applications. |
By linking applications with teams, other members will be able to access applications.
|Team||Teams can include multiple members.|
An organization can have multiple teams, and when linked with an application, each team can have different access permissions.
Organizations within an Enterprise have the following differences from standard Organizations.
Members who are not part of the Enterprise cannot be added In addition to standard teams, shared teams across the enterprise can be added There are no limits to the number of members, applications, or teams