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Permissions Policies and Supported Actions

This chapter describes fine-grained permissions management for your CCE. If your HUAWEI CLOUD account does not need individual IAM users, then you may skip over this chapter.

A policy is a set of permissions defined in JSON format. By default, new IAM users do not have any permissions assigned. You need to add a user to one or more groups, and assign permissions policies to these groups. The user then inherits permissions from the groups it is a member of. This process is called authorization. After authorization, the user can perform specified operations on specified cloud services based on the permissions. For more information about policy syntax and for example policies, see Permissions Management by IAM.

There are fine-grained policies and role-based access control (RBAC) policies. An RBAC policy consists of permissions for an entire service. Users in a group with such a policy assigned are granted all of the permissions required for that service. A fine-grained policy consists of API-based permissions for operations on specific resource types. Fine-grained policies, as the name suggests, allow for more fine-grained control than RBAC policies.

NOTE:
  • Fine-grained policies are currently available for open beta testing. You can apply to the fine-grained access control function free of charge. For more information, see Fine-grained Policy.
  • If you want to allow or deny the access to an API, fine-grained authorization is a good choice.

A HUAWEI CLOUD account has all of the permissions required to call all APIs, but IAM users must have the required permissions specifically assigned. The permissions required for calling an API are determined by the actions supported by the API. Only users who have been granted permissions can call the API successfully. For example, if an IAM user queries CCE clusters using an API, the user must have been granted permissions that allow the cce:cluster:list action.

Supported Actions

Operations supported by a fine-grained policy are specific to APIs. The following describes the headers of the action tables provided in this chapter:

  • Permissions: Defined by actions in a custom policy.
  • Actions: Added to a custom policy to control permissions for specific operations.
  • Authorization Scope: A custom policy can be applied to IAM projects or enterprise projects or both. Policies that contain actions supporting both IAM and enterprise projects can be assigned to user groups and take effect in both IAM and Enterprise Management. Policies that only contain actions supporting IAM projects can be assigned to user groups and only take effect for IAM. Such policies will not take effect if they are assigned to user groups in Enterprise Management. .
  • APIs: REST APIs that can be called in a custom policy.
Table 1 CCE actions

Permissions

Actions

Authorization Scope

APIs

Listing clusters in a specified project

cce:cluster:list

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters

Obtaining information about a specified cluster

cce:cluster:get

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}

Creating a cluster

cce:cluster:create

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

POST /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters

Updating information about a specified cluster

cce:cluster:update

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

PUT /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}

Deleting a cluster

cce:cluster:delete

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

DELETE /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}

Obtaining a cluster certificate

cce:cluster:get

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/clustercert

Listing all nodes in a cluster

cce:node:list

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodes

Obtaining information about a specified node

cce:node:get

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodes/{node_id}

Creating a node

cce:node:create

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

POST /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodes

Updating information about a specified node

cce:node:update

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

PUT /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodes/{node_id}

Deleting a node

cce:node:delete

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

DELETE /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodes/{node_id}

Obtaining job progress

cce:job:get

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/jobs/{job_id}

Listing all node pools in a specified cluster

cce:nodepool:list

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

GET /api/v3/projects/{project_id}/clusters/{cluster_id}/nodepools

Creating a PersistentVolumeClaim

cce:storage:create

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

POST /api/v1/namespaces/{namespace}/cloudpersistentvolumeclaims

Deleting a PersistentVolumeClaim

cce:storage:delete

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

DELETE /api/v1/namespaces/{namespace}/cloudpersistentvolumeclaims/{name}

Creating a PersistentVolume

cce:storage:create

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

POST /api/v1/cloudpersistentvolumes

Deleting a PersistentVolume

cce:storage:delete

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects

DELETE /api/v1/cloudpersistentvolumes/{name}

Operating on Kubernetes resources

cce:kubernetes:*

Supported:

  • IAM projects
  • Enterprise projects
  • /api/*
  • /apis/*