Is it possible to create an identity for resources (such as compute resource) and allow typical users (social identities) to obtain access tokens from the compute resource based on some rules?
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Can you expand on this use-case? I’m not sure I understand what this would look like. How would the resource issue tokens? Usually auth0 is issuing the token.
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Hello, thank you for your reply!
It’s a system that allows multiple users to become an organization, and that to manage resources.
A simplified use-case would be multiple users can join an organization, which has a collection of resources. Each of these resource can have different action performed on it (such as read, update or delete). How do I let each user in the organization to have fine-grain control over who has what types of permission with each specific resource?
A concrete example would be that the organization has 2 compute resources:
Compute-B, which for each compute resource, actions that are permissible are
As an organization admin, I want to allow
user-A to be able to use
Compute-A but only
I imagine in a full oicd + oauth2 system, each of these resources,
Compute-B are considered an identity, and users will be able to proxy obtain these access token to
monitor them based on ow the proxy is established.
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