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== Hudson Teams White Paper ==
 
== Hudson Teams White Paper ==
  
Hudson Teams allows a single Hudson server to behave like multiple Hudson servers, each serving a project team within a single organization.
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The Hudson Teams feature allows a single Hudson server to behave like multiple Hudson servers, each serving a project team within a single organization.
  
 
The Team feature is orthogonal to the configured <b>Security Realm</b>. It honors roles assigned to users and in many ways simplifies the administration of team-aware permissions.
 
The Team feature is orthogonal to the configured <b>Security Realm</b>. It honors roles assigned to users and in many ways simplifies the administration of team-aware permissions.

Revision as of 22:49, 15 July 2013

Hudson Teams White Paper

The Hudson Teams feature allows a single Hudson server to behave like multiple Hudson servers, each serving a project team within a single organization.

The Team feature is orthogonal to the configured Security Realm. It honors roles assigned to users and in many ways simplifies the administration of team-aware permissions.

Team Users

There are three categories of team users (which may be specific users or roles assigned to users via the security realm):

System Administrator

A system administrator can manage Hudson, create and delete teams, move jobs from team to team, and administer team privileges. In particular, a system administrator can delegate team administration responsibilities to team administrators.

Team Administrator

A team administrator can add new members to the team, including administrator members, and assign them job create, delete, configure and build privileges, separately. A user can be an administrator of multiple teams; in that case, the user can move jobs from team to team.

Team Member

A team member can perform the actions granted by a system or team administrator. A user can be a member of multiple teams.