How Do I Create a Fine-Grained Permission Policy in IAM?
Currently, DataArts Studio does not support the creation of fine-grained permission policies in IAM. You are advised to use DAYU policies and workspace roles to control permissions. .
DataArts Studio assigns permissions through DAYU system roles and workspace roles. To ensure that the IAM user permissions are normal, the user group to which the IAM user belongs must be assigned the DAYU User or DAYU Administrator role on the IAM console. In addition, ensure that the IAM user with the DAYU User role has been assigned the corresponding role in the DataArts Studio workspace.
A workspace role determines the permissions of a user in the workspace. Currently, four preset roles are available: admin, developer, operator, and viewer. For details about the permissions of the roles, see DataArts Studio Permissions.
- Admin: Users with this role have the permissions to perform all operations in a workspace. You are advised to assign this role to the project owner, development owner, and O&M administrator.
- Developer: Users with this role have the permissions to create and manage work items, but cannot perform operations on workspaces, clusters, and reviewers. You are advised to assign this tole to users who develop and process tasks.
- Operator: Users with this role have the permissions to perform operations such as O&M and scheduling, but cannot modify work items or configurations. You are advised to assign this role to users for O&M management and status monitoring.
- Viewer: Users with this role can only read data from DataArts Studio, but cannot perform operations on workspaces or modify work items or configurations. You are advised to assign this role to users who only want to view information in the workspace but do not perform any operation.
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