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Role-Based Access Control: Traces

Last Updated: Jun. 25, 2023

As part of our team and user management options, role-based access control (RBAC) allows account administrators to grant some or all team members specific application and subsystem data permissions, as well as action permissions. You can also assign team users into multiple groups with different action permissions to any sub-set of users. As indicated previously, by default 3 groups are created: Admins, Users, and Read-only.

User roles are determined when a user is initially invited to a Team (in the Invites page). You may change users roles by either assigning them to a different group from the Team Members page:

Or by adding the user to the group by choosing him in the Members option. You can also change permissions to an entire group by changing the role in the Select Role option.

In Manage application scope you may choose specific applications that will be visible to the group across Coralogix. For example, in the AWS people group, choosing application “AWS” will give access to aws-related information only to the users who are members of the AWS people group (access to view aws logs in the Logs view, aws logs in the LiveTail view, aws-related alerts, AWS traces etc.). You can also choose a different Filter type to include several applications which start, end or include a search term.

The same goes for Manage subsystem scope.


  • If application and subsystem are not specified, then users have access to all applications and subsystems.
  • In case a user does not have the permission to view a specific subsystem, the relevant trace will be marked as N\A(out of scope) and the relevant spans will not be visible (grayed out) for him (only latency will be shown).


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