A project is an entity that holds various resources. All resources in a project are equal in terms of the
to them. Affiliation of a
user to one of the
groups give them certain powers they are allowed to use within a project.
There are three roles: owner, editor, and viewer. These roles are concentric; that is, the owner role includes the permissions of the editor role, and the editor role includes the permissions of the viewer role.
viewer: read-only access to see project resources
editor: can see the project content that the viewer can do and additionally can create, edit and delete clusters in the project
owner: can do everything that the editor can do and additionally manage permissions for the project
The following table summarizes the permissions:
|viewer||Permissions for read-only actions that do not affect the state, such as viewing.Viewers are not allowed to interact with service accounts (user).Viewers are not allowed to interact with members of a project (UserProjectBinding)|
|editor||All viewer permissions, plus permissions to create, edit & delete the cluster.Editors are not allowed to delete a project. Editors are not allowed to interact with members of a project (UserProjectBinding).Editors are not allowed to interact with service accounts (user)|
|owner (role can not be held by a service account)||All editor permissions and permissions for managing permissions for a project.Only the owners of a project can create a service account (aka. users)Only the owners of a project can manipulate members|
A service account is a special type of user account that belongs to the KKP project, instead of to an individual
end-user. A service accounts are considered as project’s resource. Only the owner of a project can create and update a
service account. There is no need to create new groups for service accounts. It’s assigned to one of the already defined