orange-tailor-8542305/01/2019, 6:14 PM
in the organization, which gives you
permission for all stacks in the organization.
See https://pulumi.io/reference/service/roles-and-access-controls.html#default-stack-permission for more details.
Definitively interested in any feedback on the set of options you'd like for configuring these roles to fit your organization better. cc @colossal-beach-47527 and @clever-sunset-76585.
clever-sunset-7658505/01/2019, 7:31 PM
colossal-beach-4752705/01/2019, 7:35 PM
role have full access to all stacks. But one thing that we don’t show in the UI (and will fix that soon), is that the person who created the stack may have permissions to modify it, even if the organization’s default stack settings don’t allow for it.
i.e. if the organization allows members to create new stacks, but the default stack permission is
, we still grant the person who created the stack read/write access. Otherwise being able to create a stack but not use it would be kind of lame.
Like I said, that’s one of the finer details of our RBAC settings that we don’t show in the UI. But it will be fixed in the next week or so.
orange-tailor-8542305/01/2019, 8:27 PM
colossal-beach-4752705/01/2019, 10:58 PM
The stacks have absolute names but in the UI they can show up 3 different ways.Yeah, that’s a bug. It will be fixed sometime in the next few weeks. (Sorry about that :P)
it would be nice to ensure nobody but Admin and/or the defined group would have access to any stack created for x, y or z environmentsYeah. We’ll add a feature where you can (1) drill into an organization member and see what stack(s) they have access to, and how they were granted that access. And (2) from a stack, go backwards and see which teams and users have access to it. That should help determining that. (Again, should be fixed in a few weeks. Sorry we don’t have that right now.)
as far as I can tell there is no dynamic permissioning - you have to explicitly add themThat is generally correct. To get access to a stack, you need to be explicitly added. e.g. that stack added to an existing Team, or you get added to a Team.