Documentation forLoggly

User Roles and Access Levels

Organization Roles define the access users have to the organization’s settings and resources across all SolarWinds Application Management products (AppOptics, Loggly, Papertrail, and Pingdom). Product Roles define the access users have to the individual product's data and settings.

If a user or a group is assigned to multiple roles, they gain access to all features, data, settings, and other rights for all of their assigned roles.

User roles, whether organization or product roles, can be defined on a per-person level in the common settings. If SAML is enabled, user roles can instead be defined based on a user's membership in the organization's identity provider group. See Set up role mapping

Organization roles

Organization Roles define the access users have to the organization’s settings and resources across SolarWinds Application Management products (AppOptics, Loggly, Papertrail, and Pingdom).

  • Member roles have access to viewing the organization’s resources, but cannot modify settings related to the organization.

  • Admin roles can also manage the organization, its users, the products activated, and the organization’s settings.

  • Owner roles can do anything a member or admin can do, but also are allowed to configure Security settings. The organization owner role cannot be defined via role mapping.

Loggly Product roles and access levels

Loggly Product Roles define the access users have to Loggly's data and settings. For details about all other Application Management product roles, see Application Management User Roles. each individual product's data and settings.

Loggly product roles

  • User roles have access to log data, alerts or alerting endpoints, and the Loggly API; depending on the restrictions applied to the user in Loggly settings, access to data may be limited to a set of specific source groups

  • Admin roles have access to all log data, as well as the ability to add or remove customer tokens, set up and edit alerts or alerting endpoints, manage users and their access to log data, and modify account settings.

  • Owner roles have access to all log data, as well as the ability to add or remove customer tokens, set up and edit alerts or alerting endpoints, manage users and their access to log data, modify account settings, update billing details, and modify subscription settings.

All users for all account tiers can perform and save searches, and create trend graphs. Users of Standard and Pro accounts can also create custom dashboards, source groups, and more. To change Loggly product ownership and restrict access to log data, see Log access and product ownership.

When the APM Integrated Experience is enabled, Loggly shares a common navigation and enhanced feature set with the other integrated experiences' products. How you navigate the product and access its features may vary from these instructions. For more information, go to the APM Integrated Experience documentation.