Asset groups

Asset groups represent abstract components of your organization, like "finance" or "engineering". Administrators can restrict access to specific applications by assigning them to an asset group and limiting the users who belong in the group.

Applications can belong to only one asset group, but an asset group can own many apps. Individual users can see only the apps and issues based on the asset groups they belong to. Trending charts in the dashboard display only data that is related to the apps that are owned by a group the user belongs to. A user can change the owner group property of an app if they are changing it to a group they belong to, or if they are an administrator.
  • If you have used ASoC for a while, an administrator can create asset groups and move the apps and users around to where they belong.
  • If you want to remove an asset group, you must remove the apps from it first. You can assign the apps to other groups.
  • If a user is not assigned to an asset group, they cannot create, edit, or view applications in the group.
  • The Asset Groups page indicates the number of apps and users that belong to each asset group.
  • Administrators belong to all asset groups. They are identified as admins and included in the user count for each asset group.