KubeCarrier manages everything in Accounts. Each Account is separated by its own Namespace and subjects within the Account get RBAC Roles setup and assigned, so they can interact with the System.
To startup of KubeCarrier, we will create two Accounts. The first account
team-a, will provide services, while
team-b will be able to consume services.
Account has a list of subjects, similar to
RoleBinding objects. These subjects will be setup with admin rights for their namespace.
Accounts with the:
Providerrole can register
Catalogsand organize their services.
Tenantrole can create services that were made available to them via
Accounts may be a
Provider and a
Tenant at the same time.
apiVersion: catalog.kubecarrier.io/v1alpha1 kind: Account metadata: name: team-a spec: metadata: displayName: The A Team description: In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court... roles: - Provider subjects: - kind: User name: hannibal apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io - kind: User name: team-a-member apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io --- apiVersion: catalog.kubecarrier.io/v1alpha1 kind: Account metadata: name: team-b spec: roles: - Tenant subjects: - kind: User name: team-b-member apiGroup: rbac.authorization.k8s.io
To create these objects just run:
$ kubectl apply \ -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubermatic/kubecarrier/master/docs/manifests/accounts.yaml account.catalog.kubecarrier.io/team-a created account.catalog.kubecarrier.io/team-b created
After creating those accounts, you can check their statuses and namespace:
$ kubectl get account NAME ACCOUNT NAMESPACE DISPLAY NAME STATUS AGE team-a team-a The A Team Ready 7s team-b team-b Ready 7s
We will look more at the differences between the Provider and Tenant roles for accounts in 4. Catalogs.