Managing teams - Amazon Managed Grafana

Managing teams

Using teams enables you to grant permissions to a group of users at the same time. You can also set up team sync to automatically synchronize team membership between your Grafana workspace and your authorization provider.

Creating or removing a team

Create teams to manage users in groups.

To create a team

  1. In the sidebar, choose the Configuration(gear) icon, and choose Teams.

  2. Choose New team.

  3. For Name, enter a name for the new team, and then choose Create.

To remove a team

  1. In the sidebar, choose the Configuration (gear) icon, and choose Teams.

  2. To the right of the team's name, choose X.

  3. To confirm, choose Delete.

Adding or removing a user from a team

Use these steps to add users to teams or remove them from teams.

To add a user to a team

  1. In the sidebar, choose the Configuration (gear) icon, and choose Teams.

  2. Choose the team that you want to add the user to.

  3. Choose Add member.

  4. In the Add team member box, select the user to add to the team, and then choose Add to team.

To remove a user from a team

  1. In the sidebar, choose the Configuration (gear) icon, and choose Teams.

  2. Choose the team that you want to remove the user from.

  3. To the right of the user's name, choose X.

  4. To confirm, choose Delete.

Using team sync

With team sync, you can set up synchronization between your authorization provider’s groups and the teams in Grafana. The authorization providers currently supported are IAM Identity Center and SAML.

To synchronize a Grafana team with an external group.

  1. In the Grafana console, navigate to Configuration, Teams.

  2. To synchronize with an IAM Identity Center group, enter the IAM Identity Center group ID. To synchronize with a group from a SAML based identity provider, enter the value of the attribute name entered in the Assersion attribute groups field in SAML configuration section on the Amazon Managed Grafana workspace configuration page.

  3. Choose Add group.