Managing user roles
DCImanager has its own system for managing user roles. It allows you to restrict access to the equipment and to certain control functions.
You can create two types of accounts in DCImanager:
- Administrators can manage all equipment in the data center and use the full capabilities of the product.
- User — the client who has been given possession of the server. The user can manage its own equipment: clean up disks, install OS, connect to BMC, manage IP addresses and VLANs.
DCImanager with user roles management is useful for provisioning dedicated servers to external and internal clients. You can give an employee or a client access to a server, while the rest of the infrastructure is inaccessible to the user.
Synchronization with AD/LDAP
DCImanager can be synchronized with the AD/LDAP directory. This allows you to maintain centralized permissions management. For example, when hiring or firing employees, you will not have to change access settings in several systems. DCImanager will change user permissions according to data from LDAP.
The frequency of synchronization is specified in the settings. You can choose to implement LDAP, Active Directory, or FreeIPA.
ACL support and security control
You can restrict access to DCImanager to a selected range of IP addresses to further enhance security. To do this, simply create groups of users and assign each group an IP address (separate IPs, ranges, subnets).
The platform supports two-factor authentication to protect the user account.
Select the required pricing plan
- Automatic provisioning of ready-to-go servers
- Diagnostics of equipment when changing clients
- Colocation service automation
- Client self-service portal
- Integration with billing platforms
- Additional monetization of the service through built-in modules
- More then 300
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Geographically distributed locations
Server operations: OS installation, diagnostics, and recovery
Installing an OS from an ISO image
Guest OS repositories
Software fine-tuning (Shell/PowerShell)
Automation of VLAN sales
Search of PXE servers
Search of BMC servers
User self-service portal
Chassis and blade servers
Equipment inventory management (warehouse)
Linking delivery notes
Managing deliveries and suppliers
IPv4 and IPv6 IP address management (IPAM)
Integration with PowerDNS
Infrastructure status notifications
Ability to export data to CSV
User and ACL management
User management through MS AD/Free IPA/LDAP integration
REST API available
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