In order to access the settings of your cloud space, first select the cloud space and then click the Cloud Space Settings link, both in the top navigation bar respectively left and right:
Here users with administrative rights can configure who has access to your cloud space and what their specific privileges are.
Who has administrative rights?
Any user that was granted administrative privileges at the account level
The owners of the account, who are the users that were specified when the account was created, automatically get the administrative privileges at the account level
Accounts can be created via the Rest API
Accounts can not be created in the End User Portal, you need access to the Accounts page in the Cloud Broker Portal
Other users can be added via the REST API or on the Account Details page in the Cloud Broker Portal, see the Accounts documentation for this
Any user that was granted administrative privileges at the cloud space level
This can be done here, on the Cloud Space Settings page
This can also be done on the Cloud Space Details page in the Cloud Broker Portal, see the Cloud Space documentation for this
So you don't need access to the Cloud Broker Portal in order to grant cloud space rights to existing users. For new users however, you will first need to create them and this access to the Cloud Broker Portal is required; this will change starting with version 2.0.3 ver OpenvCloud.
In the example shown above, the logged in user has "Admin" rights on the cloud space level and thus can add other users to the cloud space, granting them Read, Read/Write or Admin rights. For instance, below you grant "Read" access to the user with username "steven":
When you click Add:
You can always remove a user or change their privileges:
For a general overview of the authorization model and the exact meaning of "Read", "Write" and "Admin" check the Authorization Model documentation.
On the Details tab, the API key and the location are shown:
Clicking the Delete Cloud Space button allows you to delete the cloud space: