This article outlines how to become a Product Administrator for managing Portfolio License Agreement (PLA) products.
The PLA (Portfolio License Agreement) Product Administrator (formerly known as the Subscription Manager) plays a crucial role for our valued Broadcom Enterprise PLA customers. Holding the position of a Product Administrator comes with enhanced permissions, granting you the authority manage your PLA products. This includes tasks like creating new SaaS instances, generating license keys, downloading products, collecting usage data, and accessing reports.
Enterprise users who have a PLA site ID associated with their profile can request the Product Administrator role by following these steps:
Important: If your PLA Site ID has User Administrators assigned to it, they will have 3 business days to either accept or reject your request. If the User Administrator doesn't take action within this timeframe, Broadcom Customer Care will handle the request based on our usual business procedures.