Learn about the tools used to manage organizations including billing, subscriptions, and more.

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Written by Matthew Garrepy
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In Solodev Cloud the profile of each individual user functions as an organization. In addition to creating organizations that reflect their company's organizational hierarchy, administrators can transform their profile into an organization by inviting other people. Organizations are shared accounts that facilitate collaboration across many projects. With Solodev organizations, administrators are able to associate deployments, clusters, catalogs and websites with their organization and enjoy administrative privileges for these items. Solodev organizations allows administrators to manage member access to the organization's data and projects with sophisticated security features such as granular permissions. This article provides an overview of organizations and their settings. 

Organizations’ features

Websites: Organizations can add websites across all deployments or add a website to a specific deployment. Learn more about managing websites. 

Applications: Organizations can purchase native Solodev applications or third-party applications that can be integrated with their Solodev instance. Learn more about installing applications on Solodev Cloud. 

Infrastructure: Manage deployments, clusters, and accounts in an organization.

Note: Deployments, websites, clusters and applications installed within an organization are deleted whenever the administrator deletes an organization.

Users: Add and delete users from organizations. Learn more about managing organizations and users. 

Settings: Configure the organizations’ profile, view billing contacts and billing history, and update the organization’s billing information. 

Note: URLs used to login to an instance of Solodev installed within an organization change whenever the administrator changes the name of the organization

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