Default Roles and Permissions

The Paradime Self-service plans offers a set of pre-configured default user roles to manage and access the platform and workspaces. To learn more about how user licenses impact your billing, check the link below.

Users and licences

User roles

In Paradime, roles are used to allocated seats to your Paradime account. There are three different types of roles in Paradime.


Full Paradime access: develop in IDE, create Bolt schedules, workspaces and manage settings.


Unrestricted access to Paradime Apps, develop using IDE and create Bolt schedules. Cannot create workspaces or manage settings.


Read-only access to the Paradime workspace.

Platform permissions

Platform-level permissions govern the management aspects of a Paradime account, like billing and creating workspaces.


Workspaces - Can create workspaces

Plans - Can manage/update plans

Billing - Can manage/update billing details

Audit logs - Can view / download

Workspaces permissions

Workspace-level permissions govern the access and management of a Paradime workspace, For example access to the Code IDE, Lineage, Catalog, Integrations and Bolt.

Paradime IDE


Can acces code IDE

Can create commits

Can preview data

Can export preview data results

Paradime Lineage


Can access PROD lineage

Can access DEV lineage

Paradime Catalog


Can access PROD catalog

Paradime Bolt scheduler


Can access schedules logs

Can create schedules

Can trigger manual runs

Can trigger schedules config parsing

Can manage Webhooks

Paradime Radar


Can access Radar metrics

Can customize Radar dashboards

Data warehouse connections settings


Can view connections

Can manage code IDE connections

Can manage code Bolt scheduler connections

Can manage code Cost connections

Can update code IDE user own credentials

Workspace settings


Can view workspace settings

Can manage dbt™️ version

Can manage Bolt scheduler environment variables

Can manage connected git repository

Can manage API keys

Integration settings


Can view integrations

Can manage integrations

Team settings


Can view teams

Can manage auto-join configurations

Can manage users

Can invite users (check grant permissions)

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