We've just updated the Varnish Administration Console (VAC) to 3.2.0.
With this update we've added a couple of things besides the usual bug fixing.
A new role
We've added a third role, the user, that can be assigned to specific group(s).
With this you can have a separation within your organization among those who can perform actions in a specific group, like deploying and managing VCls and maintaining a given set of Varnish parameters, among others.
The administrator keeps the sames privileges as before.
Group resources can be hidden
We've added the possibility to make a given VCL private to a group, so other users who don't have access to that group will not see it. The same happens to the parameter set. If a cache instance is in a group, it is not shown or given access to a user who has no privileges within that group.
How to take advantage of Varnish Administration Console
You can also host a live demo of the VAC, and you can find out more here.