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Workspace IBM Turbonomic ARM
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 20, 2023

Please implement a way to hide production subscriptions for cloud parking

In most situations, we don't want to park production subscriptions, so would like to hide these for the majority of users.   For the infrequent times we want to park production, I would want to see this available for elevated-access users only.

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Jun 5, 2023

    We do not use scoping in our environment. But even if we did, we would do this by application owner. The app owner would be scoped to all of their workloads (prod and dev). They would still be able to see and inadvertently park production workloads.

  • Guest
    Jun 1, 2023

    Yes, missing the point. This is not helpful for an operations team that is overlooking (has access to) all environments.

  • Admin
    Kevin Lamb
    May 31, 2023

    Hi Matthew, thanks for chiming in. In fact, a user can scope the Park function to an existing Turbonomic group. This can be done under user management, when setting the users' scope, to dev subscriptions, for example. This corresponding scope will limit what is shown in Park tab, in this example, the dev subscriptions. Let me know though if I a misinterpreting the ask here.

  • Guest
    Apr 24, 2023

    Ideally, allow customer to scope the Park function to an existing Turbonomic group. This gives us flexibility to focus Parking as desired based on our defined groups.