Audience: System Administrators
Content Summary: The Admin page is visible only to User Administrators and allows them to manage license keys, users, permissions, attributes, and groups from three different tabs: Users, Groups, and Licenses. The major features of these tabs are outlined below.
The App Settings page is visible only to Application Administrators and allows them to configure Immuta for their organization's needs.
For more details on these concepts or for tutorials relating to Administrators, see these Administrator guides.
User Administrator UI
On this tab, Administrators can add users, filter the list of users, or navigate to users' profiles by clicking on their name in the sidebar on the left.
After clicking on an individual user from this list, the user's email, position, last login, and last update appear in the center of the page. From here, Admins can manage the user's permissions, attributes, and groups.
External User ID Mapping
External IDs for native integrations can be mapped in for Databricks, HDFS, and Snowflake based on attributes from an external IAM system, allowing you to link an external account to the corresponding Immuta account even when usernames do not match between Immuta and the external system.
For IAMs where no mapping has been defined (including the BIM), the external user ID mappings can be set manually here on the user details page by clicking the dropdown menu in the top right corner of the user's page.
After clicking one of the options in the dropdown (which is only visible if the ID is not mapped to an IAM schema value), a modal will allow you to manually set the value for a user.
All external IDs are displayed on the user profile page.
The Groups tab includes a list of groups in the left sidebar. After clicking on a specific group, Administrators can view the Group details, add and remove group members, and manage attributes for the group.
This tab includes a list of licenses and details the unique user ID (UUID), the features associated with specific licenses, the expiration dates, the total number of seats, and the date the keys were added. Administrators can also add and delete license keys from this page.
Application Administrator UI
App Settings Page
This page allows Application Administrators to configure various settings in Immuta, including external identity managers and catalogs, email notifications, cache settings, and data handlers.
For detailed instructions on configure items on this page, see the Application Settings Tutorial.