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Administrator's guide

The DataRobot Administrator's Guide is intended to help administrators manage their DataRobot application. Before starting to set up your users and monitoring tools, you may want to review the overview for a description of a typical admin workflow as well as important concepts for managing users in a DataRobot.

You will work with some or all of the actions described in the following sections:

Topic Describes...
Admin
Workflow overview Preview the workflow and learn about important admin concepts.
Manage user accounts Learn about setting permissions, RBAC, passwords, and user activity.
Manage groups Create, assign, and mange group memberships.
Monitor activity Monitor user and system activity.
Approval policies for deployments Configure approval policies for governance and control.
Feature settings View and change feature settings.
Notification service Integrate centralized notifications for change and incident management.
Reference
SSO Configure DataRobot and an external Identity Provider (IdP) for user authentication via single sign-on (SSO).
Role-based access control (RBAC) Assign roles with designated privileges.
User Activity Monitor (UAM) View Admin, App, and Prediction usage reports, as well as system information.

The DataRobot Administrator's Guide helps system administrators manage their DataRobot Self-Managed AI Platform deployments.

Note

See the end of support dates for Self-Managed AI Platform releases.

Before setting up your users and monitoring tools, you may want to review the overview for a description of a typical admin workflow, as well as important concepts for managing users in DataRobot:

Topic Describes...
Workflow overview Preview the workflow and learn about important admin concepts.
Manage user accounts Learn about setting permissions, role-based access controls (RBAC), passwords, and user activity.
Manage groups Create, assign, and mange group memberships.
Manage organizations Create and assign resources to organizations.
Monitor activity Monitor user and system activity.

After setting up your users, continue to Managing the cluster. The following describes common on-going admin activities:

Topic Describes...
Admin
Manage the cluster Manage the user agreement, the application, deleted projects, and JDBC drivers; monitor system resources and user activity.
Approval policies for deployments Configure approval policies for governance and control.
Feature settings View and change feature settings.
Notification service Integrate centralized notifications for change and incident management.
Worker resource allocation Allocate worker resources, whether for individual users or across groups of users via organizations.
Activity monitoring Monitor user and system activity with the User Activity Monitor.
JDBC drivers Create and manage JDBC drivers, and for locked-down systems, restrict access to JDBC data stores.
Worker allocation monitoring Monitor worker allocation with the Resource Monitor.
User management Deactivate or reactivate users.
Project management Delete or restore projects.
Licenses Apply a new license.
Reference
SSO Configure DataRobot and an external Identity Provider (IdP) for user authentication via single sign-on (SSO).
Role-based access control (RBAC) Assign roles with designated privileges.
User Activity Monitor (UAM) View Admin, App, and Prediction usage reports, as well as system information.

Other related documentation

  • For information on installing and configuring your DataRobot cluster deployment (including config.yaml deployment settings), see the DataRobot Installation and Configuration Guide provided for your release.

Note

config.yaml is the master configuration file for the DataRobot cluster. To modify the configuration, or better understand how your cluster is configured, contact DataRobot Customer Support.


Updated January 31, 2024
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