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Associate the apps to the users within an organization

Currently, bluemix allows the apps to be associated to an organization and when a user belonging to the organization logs into bluemix, he can see all the apps created by the users within the organization including his own apps.

It would be much better if we can provide an option to view the apps owned by the user logged in as well.

For example:
Lets say if a user has left the org or removed....

- To remove what apps he has created would be difficult to figure out.
- With the growing number of apps, the figure out the apps owned by a user will be much difficult.
- Also, there is no track on the space and services used by a user.

  • Guest
  • Aug 23 2016
  • Not under consideration
  • Jun 18, 2018

    Admin response

    Currently, Cloud Foundry does not allow this. Apps are provisioned into Spaces and user-level ownership does not exist. We have received this feedback before and will continue to investigate how we might influence a change to CF in this area. Will update here as we make any progress
  • Admin
    Carl Swanson commented
    18 Jun, 2020 06:26pm

    With the recent activity tracker integration with IBM Cloud and CF, tracking this information should be possible already - it is possible to go back and see app operations by specific users - this should cover this case, this is not something we want to enhance

  • Guest commented
    23 Aug, 2016 03:11am

    Could we overlay a capability to add more information about an app...including who built, when it was uploaded, when it was last run, perhaps uptime stats, etc...then we could use that data to do reports against all the apps. I am suggesting a whole different app meta-data definition stored in the IBM specific code. If CF ever builds, we can try to integrate in the future.

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