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Organizations and Projects


Ops Manager provides a new organizations and projects hierarchy to facilitate the management of your Ops Manager deployments. Groups are now known as Projects. You can put multiple Projects under an Organization.


In the organizations and projects hierarchy, an organization can contain multiple projects (previously referred to as groups). Under this structure, you can:

  • Use the same billing settings across multiple projects in your organization.
  • View all projects within an organization.
  • Create teams of users and assign teams to projects.

Previously, users managed deployments by groups, where each group was managed separately even if a user belonged multiple groups.

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Groups are now projects.

Existing Groups

If you have existing groups, organizations have been automatically created for your groups (now projects), and your groups have been placed under these organizations.

If your groups share the same billing settings, they have been placed in the same organization.


Deployments are now associated with projects. As before, deployments must have unique names within projects.


In Ops Manager, you can create teams of users. With teams, you can bulk assign users to projects.