In this step, we click on the SET PERMISSIONS button, located under Set Permissions, to give permissions to our Service Account. We click on the + Add button. We paste the email address and add the user to the following roles and we click on the SAVE button.
The baseline IAM policy above might not include all the permissions required depending on what your Jets application does. For example, if you are using AWS Config Rules or Custom Resources, then you would need to add permissions specific to those You simply have to update the group policies.
These resources are available on the AWS Lambda webpage. Lambda creates a Node.js function and an execution role that grants the function permission to upload logs. The function then adds logs to Amazon CloudWatch in the log group that corresponds to the Lambda function.
For example, IAM user or role permissions can include conditions to limit EC2 API calls to specific environments (e.g. development, test, or production) or Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) networks based on their tags. Support for tag-based, resource-level IAM permissions is service specific. When leveraging tag-based
After adding inline IAM Policies (e.g. aws_iam_role_policy resource) or attaching IAM Policies (e.g. aws_iam_policy resource and aws_iam_role_policy_attachment resource) with the desired permissions to the IAM Role, annotate the Kubernetes service account (e.g. kubernetes_service_account resource) and recreate any pods. Argument Reference
Note 1: The below policy makes all resources available to the role but security-conscious users may opt to add their own resource ARNs. Note 2: The sqs:listqueues and iam:listroles permissions are optional as they are used solely for populating selection boxes in the ui which can be filled in with the correct values regardless.
Access to view the "add" form and add an object is limited to users with the "add" permission for that type of object. If you have an authenticated user you want to attach to the current session - this is done with a login() function.