Hey @Dinakar Chennubotla - I'd love to help (Mind if we move the discussion to
In the meantime, is there anything specific you're trying to achieve? The authentication and authorization model that lakeFS uses is modeled closely after AWS' IAM -you define users (and/or groups of users) and attach policies to them: A policy defines allowed and disallowed behaviors (for example, a policy can prohibit access to a certain repository. If I attach that policy to a group of users, it will take affect for the members of that group). This is usually referred to as role based access controlAgain, would be happy to answer more specific questions, preferably in #help😃
08/09/2021, 10:17 AM
Hi Oz,deleted the thread in general and started a new thread in help.Thank you for your immediate response and supporting me.i would love to share my aws instance and in one or two sessions we could finish this authorization task.Thanks,
with our reference in my aws instance,
i can use the same workarround in our production environment.
kindly let me know your comments
08/09/2021, 11:01 AM
Can you perhaps share more information about the problem? If we share the problem and proposed solution it will also benefit other members of the community (and serve us as future reference, too!)
feel free to paste formatted logs, configuration, etc.
08/09/2021, 11:57 AM
working on myproblem statement,will come back and upate you further.