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Status Under review
Categories Event Streams
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 15, 2023

RBAC for IAM authenticated users in ES UI and CLI

RBAC is available for SCRAM authenticated users in ES UI and CLI. This is very helpful to grant access to only certain objects (like topics) to different project members. In some situations IAM authenticated users are more practical than SCRAM authenticated users, for example if existing LDAP users should be able to use the ES UI or CLI. As of now IAM authenticated users have administrative rights and this cannot be restricted in a granular way. Without support for RBAC for IAM authenticated users can only be used as administrative users, not for other roles, like developers or application support.

Idea priority High
  • Guest
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    Nov 16, 2023

    It would be great if this feature could be implemented in the near future as otherwise the benefit of Event Streams over other solutions would be less. IMHO such a feature is essential for operating Event Streams in an enterprise envrionment.

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RBAC for IAM authenticated users in ES UI and CLI

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RBAC is available for SCRAM authenticated users in ES UI and CLI. This is very helpful to grant access to only certain objects (like topics) to different project members. In some situations IAM authenticated users are more practical than SCRAM aut...
4 months ago in IBM Event Automation / Event Streams 1 Under review