There are two types of Alphaus users; root users and subusers. Root users are account owners and super admins. These are the accounts you register to Alphaus and are in email address form. Subusers are users that are created by root users and are typically given minimal access to perform specific roles although subusers can also be admins.


Alphaus RBAC is a organization-wide role-based access control system that provides fine-grained access management to Alphaus features and resources. In using Alphaus RBAC, you can grant only the amount of access to users that they need to perform their jobs.

Alphaus RBAC is defined around users, namespaces, roles, and permissions. Users can be actual users in your organization, or a virtual user used in scripts or automation codes. Roles are job functions or groups that have a certain level of authority, or a list of permissions attached to it. Examples are Admin, Developers, etc. You can assign up to five (5) roles to a user per namespace.

Roles and permissions in Alphaus RBAC are isolated based on namespaces. What this means is that a role can only be created under a specific namespace, with namespace-specific permissions attached to it.

Alphaus root users are always super admins, or have unrestricted access across namespaces. Typically, root users should create subusers and assign specific roles to them.


The following table lists the supported namespaces under Mobingi RBAC.

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