org node or root node. With an Organization resource, projects belong to your organization instead of the employee who created the project. This means that the projects are no longer deleted when an employee leaves the company; instead they will follow the organization’s lifecycle on Google Cloud Platform. https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/creating-managing-organization https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/quickstart-organizations#create_a_billing_account
Org Org Org Org Org TEAM X TEAM Y TEAM Z PRODUCT A An organization can have an hierarchical structure. We call this folders. For example In organization MyBank.com, there is a Know Your Customer Team, a team Fraude and a team Data Science. The Data Science team can have various sub folders, or projects for each product they analyze. https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/creating- managing-folders
an hierarchical structure. We call this folders. For example In organization MyBank.com, there is a Know Your Customer Team, a team Fraude and a team Data Science. The Data Science team can have various sub folders, or projects for each product they analyze. https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/creating- managing-folders
Billing done by Y Billing done by Z You can have multiple billing accounts. For example you could create billing accounts for different teams. For example, the finance team pays the bills for project Know Your Customer, and Fraude. But since the data science team are external / freelancers, we create a separate billing account for them.
Project Project Project Project PROJECT-1 PROJECT-2 PROJECT-TEST PROJECT-PROD Projects are bound to billing accounts And billing accounts can link multiple projects. Projects are -not- based on geography or zones. - But resources are. You can create projects for team members, for test and production environments. Or event multiple “projects”. Like: STOCKCALCULATOR-BANKA STOCKCALUCLATOR-BANKB Or maybe even, to create a DEV, TEST AND PROD project.
Project Project Project StocksHistory DataScience Cross project access is possible. But you have to explicitly set it. For example, you have a Project StockHistory - the DataScience Project makes use of those resources.
IAM Org GCP has a powerful Identity and Access Management. This means, you can set rules on the organisation. On projects. And on resources. You can can assign permissions to an account, organizations, folders, and projects in a hierarchy.
Org IAM IAM IAM Lower level settings take precedence over higher level settings. This gives you simple control to allow or deny access to anyone at any level. But note, a parent rule will always win. For example, when you give Owner rights to a project, and you set a restriction on a lower level, such as Storage Bucket Read Only access. The Project Owner rights will win, and you will have Read Write access in the storage bucket.
Org IAM IAM IAM Owner Project Owner Instance Creator The Org Owner is the administrator of the organization, and can create projects and edit all project and change roles. A Project Owner has all rights on the project, and create instances. Where a person/service account with specific resource rights, can only maintain that particular resource.