Platform9 Managed Kubernetes supports the following two roles with respect to tenants on the Platform9 Clarity UI.
  • Administrator
  • Self-service user

An administrator can perform all possible operations that are available through the Platform9 Clarity UI.

On the other hand, a self-service user has limited privileges. A user can deploy applications or Helm charts on Kubernetes clusters that have been created on the tenant or tenants on which a user has been granted the self-service user role.

A self-service user can access qbert APIs and the Platform9 Clarity UI.

As a self-service user, you can perform the following operations on Platform9 Clarity UI.

  • View Clusters
  • View namespaces
  • Add repository
  • Deploy applications from the set of available applications
  • Delete deployed applications

Access to cluster resources for a self-service user may be limited by Kubernetes Role Based Access Control (RBAC). For more privileges, a self-service user must contact the administrator. Refer to Role-based Access Control in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes/ for more information.