A project is an abstract grouping of members (users) that is used to control access to cloud services and compute resources in HPE OneSphere. You can also think of a project as the set of resources that is assigned to a group of members. Projects can be accessed by a single member, or they can be assigned to multiple members for collaboration across teams.
Members are always working in the context of a project in HPE OneSphere.
A member can be assigned to more than one project. When logged in to HPE OneSphere, they can see and access only the services and resources available in the projects to which they are assigned. See User Roles for more information about what users have what permissions related to projects.
The Service project is created by default. Any virtual machines in a VMware vCenter cluster that existed before HPE OneSphere was connected to the VMware environment are automatically added to the Service project.
Any resources added to the Service project cannot currently be moved to a different project.
From the Projects screen in HPE OneSphere, you can add a new project or view and manage existing projects. When you select an existing project, you can:
View the details about the project's deployments
Add a new deployment by selecting from the Catalog screen