Users of VMware Cloud Services can be assigned one of two organization roles: organization member or organization owner. Organization owners have complete administrative access to the organization.

Organization roles and permissions

Here's what you need to know about the permissions of the two organization roles in VMware Cloud Services. If a user is assigned roles that conflict with one another, they receive the role that has greater permissions.

Permission Organization Owner Organization Member
Belong to one or more organizations Check mark Check mark
Access one of your other organizations Check mark Check mark
Specify the organization that is displayed when you sign in. Check mark Check mark
View and modify the organization settings. Check mark Check mark View only.
Add/remove users in your organization Check mark
Manage the service access and roles of users in your organization. Check mark
Manage and view payment methods and billing. Check mark Check mark When the Billing Read-only check box is selected, this role provides read-only access to billing-related information and the option to generate usage consumption reports.
Submit and manage support tickets. Check mark Check mark When the Support User check box is selected.
Query the cloud service APIs for customer usage and data.

This permission is available for specific customer profiles only.

Check mark Check mark When the Managed Service Provider check box is selected.
Create and manage OAuth apps to authorize third-party apps to access protected resources. Check mark Check mark When the Developer check box is selected.
Access all audit data for your organization in the associated vRealize Log Insight Cloud service instance for your organization. Check mark Check mark When the Access Log Auditor check box is selected.
Access additional software binaries and packages download links for your cloud services. Check mark Check mark When the Software Installer check box is selected.