Attributes and Groups in Immuta
Audience: System Administrators
Content Summary: System Administrators manage users and their permissions, attributes, and groups. This page defines and explains how attributes and groups work in Immuta.
Best Practice: Identity Access Management
Organize user attributes and groups in Immuta and then transfer them to your IAM.
Note: User Admins can add attributes in Immuta to external IAM groups using the Add Attributes button.
Attributes can be added to individual users or groups and then included in Data policies and Subscription policies to restrict what data users can see. They can be created by a User Admin in the Immuta UI or mapped in from an external IAM.
To learn how to add attributes to a user or group, navigate to the tutorial.
Individual users are added into groups, and then groups are used in Data policies and Subscription policies to restrict what data users in each group can see. Groups are also used in assigning members to projects. Users can belong to any number of groups and can be added or removed from groups at any time.
To learn how to create a group, navigate to the tutorial.