In February, we announced Heroku Enterprise, with collaboration and management capabilities for building and running your app portfolio in a governable and secure way on Heroku. We also introduced fine-grained access controls with app privileges as a beta feature. Today, we are pleased to announce general availability of this feature: Heroku Enterprise accounts are now automatically enabled for fine-grained access controls. We're very happy to deliver this feature that many of our largest customers have requested.
"Enterprises need greater visibility around applications and scalability, and Heroku Enterprise adds those features to the core Heroku value proposition," said Matthew Francis, Director Platform & Mobility, PwC. "Over the years, I've worked on many highly complex enterprise Salesforce projects. I'm excited to have Heroku Enterprise available to me for my next one."
When you have several developers working on different apps in your company, you often need to carefully manage the level of access each person has on each app. Sometimes this is because you want to guard and monitor changes to your production apps, while enabling wider collaboration on other apps. Or, you may have both 3rd party developers and your own employees working on apps, and you want precise control over which apps each has access to. Also, you may want to manage the kinds of resources that different users have access to, such as dynos, configuration or add-ons.
In a Heroku Enterprise organization, you can use roles and app privileges to manage access at different levels of granularity.
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