Organization Settings

As an owner of an organization in LogScale, you have additional rights and privileges to set the configuration of your organization. From any screen of the LogScale User Interface, click on the menu below your photo or avatar in the top right corner to open the Account Menu menu (see Figure 171, “Account Menu” here). Select the Organization Settings option.


If you are not the Organization Owner you will not have the Organization Settings menu option.

Account Menu

Figure 171. Account Menu

When you click on that, you'll see a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 172, “Organization Settings” below.

Organization Settings

Figure 172. Organization Settings

You can manage the following organization settings.

  • Organization Settings includes:

    • General section to fill in with your organisation's name and general information.

      When you registered on LogScale Cloud, a new organization was created for you and you were made the owner of that organization. The company name you gave when registering is used for the name of your organization.

      In this same section, you can provide some other information that can help us to improve LogScale, so that we can better understand what kind of organizations use LogScale and for what purposes. Those questions are optional, though.

    • Usage provides information about your organisation's current data usage and license limits — see Monitoring Usage in LogScale for more details.

  • Session Management includes:

    • Session settings to configure inactivity timeout and re-login requirements — see Session Management for more information.

    • Active sessions with details on the currently active sessions such as user, device, IP address, login date.

  • Users and Permissions includes:

    • Users for adding new users

    • Groups for creating groups and assign users to them

    • Roles for assigning different roles to users

    See Role Based Access Control (RBAC) for more information.

  • Query Monitoring

    • Monitor for monitoring and managing queries running within the organization.

    • Blocklist for blocking queries and managing blocked queries within the organization.