Snyk Hierarchy Best Practices - More than Groups and Orgs

Snyk Hierarchy Best Practices - More than Groups and Orgs

May 17, 2023

What can startups and large enterprises have in common? Different organizational structures that cause friction when bringing in and rolling out a new tool.

If you are familiar with Snyk, you’ll know that Groups can hold many organizations, and Organizations contain Projects. But that does not stop there… Each node in the organizational layer has different reporting, access control as well as security and license policy settings.

Some Snyk customers have very complex organizational structures, and look for best practices when using the Snyk Group-Org-Project structure.

If you are looking for insights into how to make your structure seamless, watch this office hours.

Office Hours are informal discussion groups where we present a concept for 15-20 minutes, then have 10 minutes of Q&A.

You will learn:

  • How to proactively plan your org/group structure for access and policy settings
  • How these depend on your internal structure
  • Potential adjustments you might need to consider
  • Advantages and disadvantages of different approaches

Who should watch:

  • Enterprise customer with complex organizational structure that are at the beginning of their Snyk journey
  • If you are part of a smaller company thinking of re-organizing your Snyk resource layers

About the speaker:
Dan has 20 years of working within the tech industry, working within and with large enterprises as well as minor startups. At Snyk, he has working very closely with one of our future mammoth-enterprise and been actively consulting them on different ways to solve their current multi-matrical structural needs.

Snyk helps software-driven businesses develop fast and stay secure. Continuously find and fix vulnerabilities for npm, Maven, NuGet, RubyGems, PyPI and more.

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