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Getting started with Nobl9

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Welcome, and thank you for choosing Nobl9. This Getting started guide shows you how to start using the Nobl9 platform.

First login to Nobl9

Once you activated your Nobl9 account, the first thing you are asked to do upon logging in to the Nobl9 UI is setting the default organization to land on every further login.

You can confirm your default organization on the prompt you see upon logging in. Otherwise, do the following:

  1. Go to Settings > Account.
  2. Under the Personal Information section, click Edit within the Default Organization line.
    The list of available organizations opens.
  3. Select the required organization. Click Set as Default.

Once the default organization is set, you land this organization every time when the org parameter isn't specified.

Image 1: Default organization setup

If you have access to only one organization, this organization is selected for you as default.

Role-based access control

Nobl9 supports role-based access control (RBAC) to ensure granular user permissions and access to resources in the Nobl9 platform.

There are two levels of permissions, Organization and Project:

  • Organization roles ensure access across the Nobl9 platform. Users can be assigned the Organization Admin, User, Integrations User, Viewer, or Responder role depending on the desired access rights.

  • Project roles entitle users to access a project and its underlying resources, such as services or SLOs. Project-level roles include Project Owner, Editor, Viewer, and Integrations User.

Now, sloctl

Nobl9 UI provides a fully-featured functionality for users who prefer a visual and interactive experience.
But beyond the UI, Nobl9 empowers advanced users with sloctl—a feature-rich CLI suited for tasks like API configuration, batch processing, and automation.

Upon installation, use sloctl to create and modify Nobl9 resources with YAML.

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