Advanced Role-Based Access Control
Create custom privileged access roles for each IT administrator or IT teams in your organization with simple mouse clicks
The ManageX™ customizable Advanced Role Based Access Control functionality eliminates this access rights challenge. We allow you to define very granular administrative roles for each of your IT administrators spanning across multiple SaaS and IaaS providers as well as across any number of customers, their end users. Using ManageX™’s extensive administrator role configurations, you can enforce strict and consistent IT administration controls for all SaaS and IaaS providers across your entire team and even for your end customers if you choose to provide end customer access.
With ManageX™ Advanced Role Based Access Control, IT Administrators can only manage the tenants, users and appropriate delegated rights that are associated with the role you have assigned to them, protecting your organization and end customers from unfettered administrative freedom.
Delegate administrator access rights based on familiar AD domains and OU structures
Due to ManageX™‘s tight integration with on premise AD, you can leverage your existing AD Organizational Unit and AD Domain structures to distribute IT administrator access rights when managing Microsoft 365 and Azure workloads. IT administrators on the ManageX™ platform can be grouped so that you can apply delegation and access consistently through a group based access policy.
Assign access rights to service and administrative actions
Role-based access control from ManageX™ provides the granularity IT organizations need to specifically define the services and actions an IT administrator is permitted to take. For example, IT administrators can be restricted from functions such as resetting passwords, managing groups and assigning licenses. In other cases, IT administrators can have restricted access to one or many specific SaaS or IaaS workloads. ManageX™’s extensive Role Based Access Control capability gives organizations the ability to adhere to the principle of “least privilege” access across all SaaS and IaaS workloads.