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Hello,

By default there are just two roles in OpenStack (keystone): admin and member. As a member you suppose to be able to work just inside of particular tenant, or if you assigned to more than one, you can have access to multiple tenants.

Usually as a member of the tenant you can do all activities inside the tenant based on the tenant quotas.

You should be able to create, destroy and modify: networks, virtual instances, assign and release floating ip's, create and destroy volumes, work with private and public images and etc..

Also, important to mention, as a member of the tenant you should be able to interact with cloud API's.

On the other hand, as a admin, you can do the same with out limitation to particular tenant.

For more information check out the following link: http://docs.openstack.org/user-guide-admin/manage_projects_users_and_roles.html

Good luck!

Hello,

By default there are just two roles in OpenStack (keystone): admin and member. As a member you suppose to be able to work just inside of particular tenant, or if you assigned to more than one, you can have access to multiple tenants.

Usually as a member of the tenant you can do all activities inside the tenant based on the tenant quotas.

You should be able to create, destroy and modify: networks, virtual instances, assign and release floating ip's, create and destroy volumes, work with private and public images and etc..

Also, important to mention, as a member of the tenant you should be able to interact with cloud API's.

On the other hand, as a admin, you can do the same with out without limitation to particular tenant.

For more information check out the following link: http://docs.openstack.org/user-guide-admin/manage_projects_users_and_roles.html

Good luck!