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OPA Quickstart Guide Slack

OPA is a lightweight general-purpose policy engine that can be co-located with Minio server, in this document we talk about how to use OPA HTTP API to authorize Minio STS credentials.

Get started

1. Prerequisites

2. Start OPA

First, create a docker-compose.yml file that runs OPA and the demo web server.

cat >docker-compose.yml <<EOF
version: '2'
services:
  opa:
    image: openpolicyagent/opa:0.9.1
    ports:
      - 8181:8181
    command:
      - "run"
      - "--server"
      - "--log-level=debug"
  api_server:
    image: openpolicyagent/demo-restful-api:0.2
    ports:
      - 5000:5000
    environment:
      - OPA_ADDR=http://opa:8181
      - POLICY_PATH=/v1/data/httpapi/authz
EOF

Then run docker-compose to pull and run the containers.

docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up

3. Create new OPA Policy

In another terminal, create a policy that allows users to upload objects

cat > putobject.rego <<EOF
package httpapi.authz

import input as http_api

allow {
 input.action = "s3:PutObject"
 input.owner = false
}

EOF

Then load the policy via OPA's REST API.

curl -X PUT --data-binary @putobject.rego \
  localhost:8181/v1/policies/putobject

4. Setup Minio with OPA

Minio server expects environment variable for OPA http API url as MINIO_IAM_OPA_URL, this environment variable takes a single entry.

export MINIO_IAM_OPA_URL=http://localhost:8181/v1/data/httpapi/authz
minio server /mnt/data

5. Test with Minio STS API

Assuming that Minio server is configured to support STS API by following the doc Minio STS Quickstart Guide, execute the following command to temporary credentials from Minio server.

go run client-grants.go -cid PoEgXP6uVO45IsENRngDXj5Au5Ya -csec eKsw6z8CtOJVBtrOWvhRWL4TUCga

##### Credentials
{
	"accessKey": "IRBLVDGN5QGMDCMO1X8V",
	"secretKey": "KzS3UZKE7xqNdtRbKyfcWgxBS6P1G4kwZn4DXKuY",
	"expiration": "2018-08-21T15:49:38-07:00",
	"sessionToken": "eyJhbGciOiJIUzUxMiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJhY2Nlc3NLZXkiOiJJUkJMVkRHTjVRR01EQ01PMVg4ViIsImF1ZCI6IlBvRWdYUDZ1Vk80NUlzRU5SbmdEWGo1QXU1WWEiLCJhenAiOiJQb0VnWFA2dVZPNDVJc0VOUm5nRFhqNUF1NVlhIiwiZXhwIjoxNTM0ODkxNzc4LCJpYXQiOjE1MzQ4ODgxNzgsImlzcyI6Imh0dHBzOi8vbG9jYWxob3N0Ojk0NDMvb2F1dGgyL3Rva2VuIiwianRpIjoiMTg0NDMyOWMtZDY1YS00OGEzLTgyMjgtOWRmNzNmZTgzZDU2In0.4rKsZ8VkZnIS_ALzfTJ9UbEKPFlQVvIyuHw6AWTJcDFDVgQA2ooQHmH9wUDnhXBi1M7o8yWJ47DXP-TLPhwCgQ"
}

These credentials can now be used to perform Minio API operations, these credentials automatically expire in 1hr. To understand more about credential expiry duration and client grants STS API read further here.

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