Murano only uses 2 roles for policy enforcement. Murano allows access by default and uses the admin role for any action that involves accessing data across multiple projects in the cloud.
Sample File Generation¶
To generate a sample policy.yaml file from the Murano defaults, run the oslo policy generation script:
oslopolicy-sample-generator \ --config-file etc/oslo-policy-generator/murano-policy-generator.conf \ --output-file policy.yaml.sample
or using tox:
In previous OpenStack releases the default policy format was JSON, but now the recommended format is YAML.
Merged File Generation¶
This will output a policy file which includes all registered policy defaults and all policies configured with a policy file. This file shows the effective policy in use by the project:
oslopolicy-sample-generator \ --config-file etc/oslo-policy-generator/murano-policy-generator.conf
List Redundant Configurations¶
This will output a list of matches for policy rules that are defined in a configuration file where the rule does not differ from a registered default rule. These are rules that can be removed from the policy file with no change in effective policy:
oslopolicy-list-redundant \ --config-file etc/oslo-policy-generator/murano-policy-generator.conf
Like each service in OpenStack, Murano has its own role-based access policies
that determine who can access objects and under what circumstances. The default
implementation for these policies is defined in the service’s source code –
murano.common.policies. The default policy definitions can be
overridden using the
On each API call the corresponding policy check is performed.
policy.yaml file can be changed without interrupting the API service.
For detailed information on
policy.yaml syntax, please refer to the
OpenStack official documentation
With this file you can set who may upload packages and perform other operations.
"upload_package": "rule:default" to
will forbid regular users from uploading packages.
"get_package"is checked whenever a user accesses a package from the catalog. default: anyone
"upload_package"is checked whenever a user uploads a package to the catalog. default: anyone
"modify_package"is checked whenever a user modifies a package in the catalog. default: anyone
"publicize_package"is checked whenever a user is trying to make a murano package public (both when creating a new package or modifying an existing one). default: admin users
"manage_public_package"is checked whenever a user attempts to modify parameters of a public package. default: admin users
"delete_package"is checked whenever a user attempts to delete a package from the catalog. default: anyone
"download_package"is checked whenever a user attempts to download a package from the catalog. default: anyone
"list_environments_all_tenants"is checked whenever a request to list environments of all tenants is made. default: admin users
"execute_action"is checked whenever a user attempts to execute an action on deployment environments. default: anyone
The package upload wizard in Murano dashboard consists of several steps: The “upload_package” policy is enforced during the first step while “modify_package” is enforced during the second step. Package parameters are modified during package upload. So, please modify both policy definitions together. Otherwise it will not be possible to browse package details on the second step of the wizard.