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Restrict Application Creation
Requirements and guidelines for using Fiat
- Armory 2.17 (Open Source SpinnakerTM 1.17) or later
- Fiat must be enabled and configured to work with an identity provider. For more information, see Authorization (RBAC).
When managing roles for Spinnaker, keep the following in mind:
- Roles are case insensitive. All roles are changed to lowercase in Fiat’s internal model.
- You must explicitly configure permissions for each user role. The default for a user role is no permissions, which means it cannot perform any actions.
Restrict application creation
To restrict which users can create applications in Spinnaker, perform the following steps:
Add the line
SpinnakerServicemanifest under key
spec.spinnakerConfig.profiles.fiatif you are using Operator to deploy Spinnaker, or to
fiat-local.ymlif you are using Halyard.
Add prefixes as a source:
auth.permissions.source.application.prefix: enabled: true
Define the permissions for a prefix:
- prefix: <some_prefix> permissions: READ: - "<user role 1>" - "<user role 2>" - "<user role n>" WRITE: - "<user role n>" EXECUTE: - "user role n>"
Here is an example configuration with in-line comments:
apiVersion: spinnaker.armory.io/v1alpha2 kind: SpinnakerService metadata: name: spinnaker spec: spinnakerConfig: profiles: fiat: # Below section maps to fiat-local.yml if using Halyard # Enables Fiat to read from new sources. auth.permissions.provider.application: aggregate # Sets `prefix` as one of these new sources auth.permissions.source.application.prefix: enabled: true prefixes: # Defines the prefix `apptest-x`. - prefix: "apptest-*" permissions: # Defines permission requirements for all applications that match the prefix `apptest-*` based on roles. # role-one and role-two have READ permission READ: - "role-one" - "role-two" # role-one has write permission WRITE: - "role-one" # role-one has execute permission EXECUTE: - "role-one"
As a result, any application that matches the prefix
apptest-*has restrictions on who can perform actions. For example, a user with the user role
To restrict application creation specifically, add
fiat.restrictApplicationCreationat the top of fiat config and set it to
Note: Currently, the prefix source is the only source that support the CREATE permission.
The following example builds upon the example from the previous steps. In-line comments describe additions:
apiVersion: spinnaker.armory.io/v1alpha2 kind: SpinnakerService metadata: name: spinnaker spec: spinnakerConfig: profiles: fiat: # Below section maps to fiat-local.yml if using Halyard # Add CREATE as a permission fiat.restrictApplicationCreation: true auth.permissions.provider.application: aggregate auth.permissions.source.application.prefix: enabled: true prefixes: - prefix: "*" permissions: # Assign CREATE permission to role-one CREATE: - "role-one" READ: - "role-one" - "role-two" WRITE: - "role-one" EXECUTE: - "role-one"
The above example assigns CREATE permission to users with the
role-onerole. Users without the
role-onerole cannot create any applications in Spinnaker.
Apply your configuration changes to Spinnaker by running the following command:
kubectl -n <spinnaker namespace> apply -f <SpinnakerService manifest>if you are using Operator, or
hal deploy applyif you are using Halyard.
The following screenshot shows what happens when a user without sufficient permissions attempts to create an application in Deck, Spinnaker’s UI:
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Last modified January 25, 2021: (1b76da5)