In AI Dashboard, you can create kubeconfig files that new users can use to configure access to clusters. You can also query, delete, and modify users. This topic describes how to manage users in AI Dashboard.

Prerequisites

  • The cloud-native AI component set is installed. For more information, see Deploy cloud-native AI component set.
  • The credentials of the Resource Access Management (RAM) user that is configured as the administrator of AI Dashboard are obtained.
  • A quota group is created. For more information, see Create a quota group.

Create a kubeconfig file for a new user

Note For more information about how to manage users by using a command line tool, see Best practice for using Arena in a multi-tenant scenario.
  1. Log on to AI Dashboard by using the credentials of the RAM user that is configured as the administrator.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane of AI Dashboard, choose User > User List.
  3. On the User List page, click Add.
  4. In the Add User dialog box, set User Name and Namespace, and then click Save.
  5. After the new user is created, you can view and download the kubeconfig file on the User List page.
  6. Optional:Find the created user and click Download in the KubeConfig column.
    You can use the kubeconfig file to configure cluster access for the user.

Manage users in AI Dashboard

Search for a user

  1. Log on to AI Dashboard by using the credentials of the administrator.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane of AI Dashboard, choose User > User List.
  3. On the User List page, enter the name of the user that you want to search for and click Search.
  4. Click Search.

Delete a user

  1. Log on to AI Dashboard by using the credentials of the administrator.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane of AI Dashboard, choose User > User List.
  3. Find the user that you want to delete and click Delete in the Operator column.