I would like to know if you intend to develop the following feature in the near future.
We have several EC2 instances (30+).
Every instance is dedicated to one or several developpers.
At the moment, we use the IAM and AWS console for users to start & stop their own instances but it is not really user friendly and it is an hassle to give everyone their specific accesses.
It is especially annoying for them to see all the instances and not only theirs (due to the mandatory describe all right needed to get the console)
We are know investigating if there is a third party product that could easy this process.
Skeddly looks great for automating some of our processes but it seems lacking this specific feature of managing mulitple users.
What we are looking is to have one root account, that would be able to create several users (our developper's) and give them permissions to execute specific tasks on their EC2 instances.
EClouGate is doing this for a big part but it seems not as robust as Skeddly.
So, do you guys intend to develop such feature or is there something already available?
Skeddly currently supports multiple users. However, currently all users have the same permissions with the exception of some account-level settings such as billing and notifications.
We have plans to add configurable roles and permissions to Skeddly users, but the exact details of how that will work has not been decided. We currently do not have an ETA for user permissions, but it is something that is planned for the future.
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