Invite, disable, and remove users to Trifacta. Change roles, as needed. For more information, see Users Page.
Create roles and assign permissions to them for access to objects created in Trifacta. For more information, see Roles Page.
Plans and billing
View and manage your subscription plan, billing information, and number of licensed users. For more information, see Plans and Billing Page.
Review quotas and limits on resources for your workspace and how your members are using it. See Workspace Usage Page.
Review and edit settings applicable to the workspace. For more information, see Workspace Settings Page.
If per-user access to AWS has been enabled, individual users must apply personal access credentials to their account to gain access to resources on S3 through AWS. For more information, see AWS Settings Page.
Define parameters that apply to the entire environment and are available for use by all users. For more information, see Environment Parameters Page.
OAuth 2.0 clients
Administrators can create and manage clients for accessing an OAuth 2.0 app in an external platform such as a relational datastore.
NOTE: Before you create an OAuth 2.0 client, you must have created an OAuth 2.0 app in the target system, to which your client can connect. For more information, see Enable OAuth 2.0 Authentication.
For more information, see OAuth 2.0 Clients Page.
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