When working with Oracle Machine Learning (OML) you are creating notebooks which focus on a particular data exploration and possibly some machine learning. Despite it’s name, OML is used extensively for data discovery and data exploration.
One of the aims of using OML, or notebooks in general, is that these can be easily shared with other people either within the same team or beyond. Something to consider when sharing notebooks is what you are allowing other people do with your notebook. Without any permissions you are allowing people to inspect, run and modify the notebooks. This can be a problem because those people you are sharing with may or may not be allowed to make modification. Some people should be able to just view the notebook, and others should be able to more advanced tasks.
With OML Notebooks there are four primary types of people who can access Notebooks and these can have different privileges. These are defined as
- Developer : Can create new notebooks withing a project and workspace but cannot create a workspace or a project. Can create and run a notebook as a scheduled job.
- Viewer : They can just view projects, Workspaces and notebooks. They are not allowed to create or run anything.
- Manager : can create new notebooks and projects. But only view Workspaces. Additionally they can schedule notebook jobs.
- Administrators : Administrators of the OML environment do not have any edit capabilities on notebooks. But they can view them.