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Introduction
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******************************************
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.. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
.. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
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-============
Introduction
============
-This guide presents the use of the MoonClient script.
-The MoonClient script allows the administrator/user to drive the Moon platform and some parts of the Keystone server itself.
-
-=============
-Pre-requisite
-=============
-
-Before using the MoonClient script, you must export some variables in your shell.
-Those variables are the same as the variables used to execute the OpenStack client or the Nova/Swift/Neutron/... clients.
-You can export directly in the shell like this:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- export OS_USERNAME=admin
- export OS_PASSWORD=password
- export OS_REGION_NAME=What_ever_you_want
- export OS_TENANT_NAME=admin
- export OS_AUTH_URL=http://localhost:5000/v2.0
-
-Or you can source a shell script:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- cat << EOF | tee ~/set_openstack_auth.sh
- #!/usr/bin/env bash
- export OS_USERNAME=admin
- export OS_PASSWORD=password
- export OS_REGION_NAME=What_ever_you_want
- export OS_TENANT_NAME=admin
- export OS_AUTH_URL=http://localhost:5000/v2.0
- EOF
- source ~/set_openstack_auth.sh
-
-It is important to notice that those variables are **exactly** the same you use for the OpenStack clients.
-
-=====
-Usage
-=====
-
-The main usage of the MoonClient is:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon --help
- usage: moon [--version] [-v | -q] [--log-file LOG_FILE] [-h] [--debug]
- [--username <username-str>] [--tenant <tenantname-str>]
- [--password <password-str>] [--authurl <authurl-str>]
- command
- ...
-
-MoonClient ca be used interactively:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon
-
-or by using a specific command, like:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list
-
-Output formats
-==============
-
-The default output is a tabular:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | id | name | description | intra_authz_extension_id | intra_admin_extension_id |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin | Admin Project | | None |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
-
-But you can have other output format, use the `-f bad_value` to see them all:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list -f bad_value
- usage: moon tenant list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}] [-c COLUMN]
- [--max-width <integer>] [--noindent]
- [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
- moon tenant list: error: argument -f/--format: invalid choice: 'bad_value' (choose from 'csv', 'json', 'table', 'value', 'yaml')
-
-For example, the same command with a JSON output format:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list -f json
- [
- {
- "intra_authz_extension_id": "",
- "description": "Admin Project",
- "intra_admin_extension_id": null,
- "id": "9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae",
- "name": "admin"
- }
- ]
-
-You can also select one or more columns with the `-c` attribute:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list -f value -c id -c name
- 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae admin
-
-Commands
-========
-
-All commands can be categorized like this:
-* `tenant` command to get, put or delete tenants (projects in OpenStack)
-* `intraextension` command to get, put or delete intra_extensions in Moon
-* `subject` `object` and `action` commands to configure subject, object or action in intra_extensions in Moon
-* `rule` command to set rules in an intra_extension
-* some configuration commands (`template`, `submetarule`, `aggregation`) to configure Moon and the relation in and between intra_extensions
-* `log` command to show events in the Moon logging system
-* `test` command to run tests against the Moon platform
-
-All commands can be prefixed with the command `help` to have information about usage of that command.
-
-Basic example:
-==============
-
-Here is a basic example of how you can use MoonClient:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant list
-
- $ openstack project list
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | ID | Name |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | 06f2f729f5b041f290295d2d966aff00 | alt_demo |
- | 7d5fb06879ae4a0c82948d4ed7b87b7c | demo |
- | 833a954bfd314de09b09aac00f1aa647 | service |
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin |
- | ca680df7ee10480d89414c74d46e2c65 | sdn |
- | d30cffc153b743e88a8d78052737b556 | test_moonclient |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- $ moon tenant add admin
- $ moon tenant list
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | id | name | description | intra_authz_extension_id | intra_admin_extension_id |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin | Admin Project | None | None |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- $ moon intraextension list
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | id | name | model |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | d508874d08424ee8a78ded9d5e008685 | policy_root | policy_root |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- $ moon template list
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | policy_rbac_admin | RBAC Admin Policy | |
- | policy_root | Root Policy | root extension |
- | policy_authz | Multiple_Policy | Multiple Security Policies |
- | policy_empty_admin | Empty_Policy | Empty Policy |
- | policy_empty_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- | policy_mls_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- $ moon intraextension add --policy_model policy_authz test
- IntraExtension created: e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973
- $ moon intraextension list
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | id | name | model |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 | test | policy_authz |
- | d508874d08424ee8a78ded9d5e008685 | policy_root | policy_root |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- $ moon intraextension select e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973
- Select e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 IntraExtension.
- $ moon intraextension show selected
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
- | Field | Value |
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
- | id | e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 |
- | name | test |
- | description | |
- | model | policy_authz |
- | genre | authz |
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
- $ moon subject list
- +----------------------------------+-------+----------------------------------+
- | id | name | Keystone ID |
- +----------------------------------+-------+----------------------------------+
- | 04ed28e87f004ed29ddb721c43fdafb0 | demo | 16254c7516734bca99311979f0a486bf |
- | 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe | admin | 6b135900bf874d63abe59be074584eb9 |
- +----------------------------------+-------+----------------------------------+
- $ moon object list
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- | 0fb3e294f0714a30a3b0af4c889354aa | servers | servers |
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- $ openstack user list
- +----------------------------------+----------+
- | ID | Name |
- +----------------------------------+----------+
- | 088758e049aa4c51bdb386fd7e954c73 | glance |
- | 16254c7516734bca99311979f0a486bf | demo |
- | 263b87f84f274260a9dbef34e7c55602 | neutron |
- | 40f2cbbe71e845b49e828b9208ba7dfc | alt_demo |
- | 505a9758bd3e493f9baf44ed880aae92 | swift |
- | 62c91c632e76435a907a510ae99df378 | keystone |
- | 6b135900bf874d63abe59be074584eb9 | admin |
- | b58c153e4d0647e7b61bd76d5a77916c | nova |
- | c90c58fb2aaf4fd3880a39a8d1c34263 | cinder |
- +----------------------------------+----------+
- $ moon subject add test_user
- Password for user test_user:
- $ openstack user list
- +----------------------------------+-----------+
- | ID | Name |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+
- | 088758e049aa4c51bdb386fd7e954c73 | glance |
- | 16254c7516734bca99311979f0a486bf | demo |
- | 1d2fcb31ba9b44a4bd21ae6e390ae906 | test_user |
- | 263b87f84f274260a9dbef34e7c55602 | neutron |
- | 40f2cbbe71e845b49e828b9208ba7dfc | alt_demo |
- | 505a9758bd3e493f9baf44ed880aae92 | swift |
- | 62c91c632e76435a907a510ae99df378 | keystone |
- | 6b135900bf874d63abe59be074584eb9 | admin |
- | b58c153e4d0647e7b61bd76d5a77916c | nova |
- | c90c58fb2aaf4fd3880a39a8d1c34263 | cinder |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+
-
-
-
-IntraExtension
-==============
-
-An intra_extension is a module connected to a tenant/project.
-This connection allows to configure the authorization configuration for that tenant.
-The `intraextension`commands has the following sub-commands:
-
-* `add` sub-command add a new intraextension
-** this sub-command needs the name of the policy template to use
-** the list of all policy template can be retrieve with `moon template list`
-* `delete` sub-command delete an intra_extension (the deletion is definitive)
-* `init` sub-command must be **only** used if the root intra_extension was deleted
-** the sub-command has no effect otherwise
-* `list` sub-command list all intra_extensions
-* `select` sub-commands select a specific tenant so the `--intraextension` attribute is not mandatory in other commands
-* `show` sub-commands print a description of the tenant given in argument
-** `selected` is a special argument of the `show` sub-commands which prints the current selected tenant
-
-There are 3 types of intra_extension:
-
-* authz intra_extensions which are used to configure rules for standard actions (for example Nova or Swift actions)
-* admin intra_extensions which are used to configure rules for authz and admin intra_extensions
-* root intra_extensions which are used to configure rules for admin intra_extensions
-
-When you start using Moon, we recommend that you only configure authz intra_extensions.
-Admin and root intra_extensions are already configured for your needs.
-
-Here is an example of how to use intra_extension:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon template list
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | policy_rbac_admin | RBAC Admin Policy | |
- | policy_root | Root Policy | root extension |
- | policy_authz | Multiple_Policy | Multiple Security Policies |
- | policy_empty_admin | Empty_Policy | Empty Policy |
- | policy_empty_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- | policy_mls_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- $ moon intraextension add --policy_model policy_authz test
- IntraExtension created: e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973
- $ moon intraextension list
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | id | name | model |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- | e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 | test | policy_authz |
- | d508874d08424ee8a78ded9d5e008685 | policy_root | policy_root |
- +----------------------------------+------------------+--------------------+
- $ moon intraextension select e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973
- Select e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 IntraExtension.
- $ moon intraextension show selected
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
- | Field | Value |
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
- | id | e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 |
- | name | test |
- | description | |
- | model | policy_authz |
- | genre | authz |
- +-------------+----------------------------------+
-
-Tenant/project
-==============
-
-The `tenant` command allows to get information and modify projects in Keystone.
-
-The tenant command has several sub-commands:
-
-* `add` sub-commands add new tenant/project in Moon
-** if the project doesn't exist in Keystone, it is automatically created (see example below)
-* `delete` sub-commands delete a tenant in Moon
-** warning: it only deletes in Moon, not in Keystone
-* `list` sub-commands show all tenants configured in Moon
-** warning it doesn't list all projects in Keystone
-* `set` sub-commands update a tenant in Moon
-** this sub-commands is especially use to connect a tenant with an intra_extension
-
-
-Here is an example of use:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ openstack project list
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | ID | Name |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | 06f2f729f5b041f290295d2d966aff00 | alt_demo |
- | 7d5fb06879ae4a0c82948d4ed7b87b7c | demo |
- | 833a954bfd314de09b09aac00f1aa647 | service |
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin |
- | ca680df7ee10480d89414c74d46e2c65 | sdn |
- | d30cffc153b743e88a8d78052737b556 | test_moonclient |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- $ moon tenant list
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | id | name | description | intra_authz_extension_id | intra_admin_extension_id |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin | Admin Project | None | None |
- +----------------------------------+-------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- $ moon tenant add test_tenant
- $ moon tenant list
- +----------------------------------+-------------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | id | name | description | intra_authz_extension_id | intra_admin_extension_id |
- +----------------------------------+-------------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin | Admin Project | None | None |
- | 4694c91a0afb4b7d904a3bf5e886913c | test_tenant | test_tenant | None | None |
- +----------------------------------+-------------+---------------+--------------------------+--------------------------+
- $ openstack project list
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | ID | Name |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
- | 06f2f729f5b041f290295d2d966aff00 | alt_demo |
- | 4694c91a0afb4b7d904a3bf5e886913c | test_tenant |
- | 7d5fb06879ae4a0c82948d4ed7b87b7c | demo |
- | 833a954bfd314de09b09aac00f1aa647 | service |
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin |
- | ca680df7ee10480d89414c74d46e2c65 | sdn |
- | d30cffc153b743e88a8d78052737b556 | test_moonclient |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+
-
-To connect a tenant with an intra_extension, use:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon tenant set --authz e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 4694c91a0afb4b7d904a3bf5e886913c
- $ moon tenant list -c id -c name -c intra_authz_extension_id
- +----------------------------------+-------------+----------------------------------+
- | id | name | intra_authz_extension_id |
- +----------------------------------+-------------+----------------------------------+
- | 9fb190ddb19a4a138837e2740daec3ae | admin | None |
- | 4694c91a0afb4b7d904a3bf5e886913c | test_tenant | e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973 |
- +----------------------------------+-------------+----------------------------------+
-
-When a tenant **is not connected to** an intra_extension, this tenant acts as a standard Keystone project.
-Authorization rules are evaluated by each component independently. For example, when a user ask to stop a Virtual Machine (VM),
-Nova
-
-* retrieve the Keystone token and
-* check its policy.json file to see if that user can stop this VM.
-
-When a tenant **is connected to** an intra_extension, the authorisation process is driven by Moon.
-Authorization rules are evaluated by the Moon platform. For example, when a user ask to stop a Virtual Machine (VM),
-Nova
-
-* retrieve the Keystone token
-* check its policy.json file to see if that user can stop this VM and
-* ask Moon if the user is authorized to do such action.
-
-When a tenant is connected to an intra_extension, the authorisation process is driven by the following configuration.
-
-Subject/Object/Action
-=====================
-
-The configuration of an intra_extension is mainly divided into 3 elements.
-
-The subjects represent the users (in the future, they can also represent other elements like VM or networks).
-Subjects are the source of an action on an object.
-The objects represent the elements which is actioned by a subject (like VM, network, Swift file or directory).
-The actions represent what can a subject do on an object (like start a VM, create a file in Swift, ...).
-
-Here is an example of what you can found in a standard Moon platform:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject list
- +----------------------------------+-----------+----------------------------------+
- | id | name | Keystone ID |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+----------------------------------+
- | 04ed28e87f004ed29ddb721c43fdafb0 | demo | 16254c7516734bca99311979f0a486bf |
- | 517e648cc5d64984ab18e8c76422258a | test_user | 1d2fcb31ba9b44a4bd21ae6e390ae906 |
- | 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe | admin | 6b135900bf874d63abe59be074584eb9 |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+----------------------------------+
- $ moon object list
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- | 0fb3e294f0714a30a3b0af4c889354aa | servers | servers |
- +----------------------------------+---------+-------------+
- $ moon action list
- +----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+
- | e349bdad65ac43aeb1058623f9738b2b | unpause | unpause |
- | 41b8ce4256a84f19b4322acef05f3367 | post | post |
- | 7eea8c5b19c04d4e9cfc5a14cdd8ce84 | create | create |
- | 78a20944dbd04b2ea33007d46bfd5ddd | download | download |
- | a1da1466938842c2b2aace1868153192 | upload | upload |
- | ab9f285b9670473fbe2f1501b62a2779 | list | list |
- | b47452174c0c40a58d7cb2ba949acfe9 | storage_list | storage_list |
- | 9c448d73e344472bbe189546c2c35c5d | stop | stop |
- | b957463ac8cf4a02ad2e64c0ae38e425 | pause | pause |
- | 3b018cd88b964e5ca69c4ef9e8045a3d | start | start |
- +----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+
-
-Note: the *servers* object is a special hardcoded object which represents all servers of Nova.
-This object is used when we need to list Nova VM.
-
-Each of these elements can belonged to one or more categories, here is an example of categories:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject category list
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- | 3d97b1e12f6949cfa71e6ecd6f15a361 | domain | domain |
- | 366c308036b74c9da9121759a42c2f19 | role | role |
- | f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c6 | subject_security_level | subject_security_level |
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- $ moon object category list
- +----------------------------------+-----------------------+-----------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------------+-----------------------+
- | 3a4c9f8e5b404d1db7aa641714c8b1c7 | object_id | object_id |
- | 292d8f613dea49ec9118f76691e580d1 | object_security_level | object_security_level |
- | 57f18e690cb948d88c26d210289fb379 | type | type |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------------+-----------------------+
- $ moon action category list
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+-----------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+-----------------+
- | cdfbf00d0c1f4d61bf4b6de669721f10 | access | access |
- | b01d380dda324e39a6a6b0d09065a93d | resource_action | resource_action |
- +----------------------------------+-----------------+-----------------+
-
-For example, a subject can have a domain and/or have a specific role and/or have a specific security level (subject_security_level).
-To know the scope of a category, you can use the `moon scope list <category_id>` command:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject scope list 366c308036b74c9da9121759a42c2f19
- +----------------------------------+-------+-------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+-------+-------------+
- | 98e0357500274d30bb5ba2f896fbedf9 | dev | dev |
- | 6e4570266b1f42bab47498714716dca6 | admin | admin |
- +----------------------------------+-------+-------------+
-
-In this example, for the category *role*, we have 2 possible values: *dev* and *admin*.
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon object scope list 292d8f613dea49ec9118f76691e580d1
- +----------------------------------+--------+-------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+--------+-------------+
- | e90edf39b4cc496cb28094a056089d65 | low | low |
- | 73feffe318de4390bc8b4fce5f7d4b88 | high | high |
- | 41a80336362248e39298b6f52c4ae14d | medium | medium |
- +----------------------------------+--------+-------------+
-
-In this example, for the category *object_security_level*, we have 3 possible values: *low*, *medium* and *high*.
-
-_Note:_ if you try to list a scope with the wrong category ID, MoonClient will raise an error:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject scope list 292d8f613dea49ec9118f76691e580d1
- Getting an error while requiring /moon/intra_extensions/e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973/subject_scopes/292d8f613dea49ec9118f76691e580d1 (400: Subject Category Unknown, The given subject category is unknown.)
-
-Each of these elements (subject, object, action and their respective categories and scopes) can be modified with the
-sub-commands `add` and `delete`.
-
-
-To link all of these elements, you can use assignment.
-In the following example, the subject *admin* is linked to the category *role* with the scope *admin*:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject assignment list 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe 366c308036b74c9da9121759a42c2f19
- +----------------------------------+-------+
- | id | name |
- +----------------------------------+-------+
- | 6e4570266b1f42bab47498714716dca6 | admin |
- +----------------------------------+-------+
-
-This means that the user *admin* has the role *admin*.
-In the following example, the subject *admin* is also linked to the category *subject_security_level* with the scope *high*:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject assignment list 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c6
- +----------------------------------+------+
- | id | name |
- +----------------------------------+------+
- | 45d6852c4a08498298331bcd72c2e988 | high |
- +----------------------------------+------+
-
-As before, if you put a wrong subject ID or a wrong subject category ID, MoonClient will raise an error:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject assignment list 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c3
- Getting an error while requiring /moon/intra_extensions/e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973/subject_assignments/8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfe/f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c3 (400: Subject Category Unknown, The given subject category is unknown.)
- $ moon subject assignment list 8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfr f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c6
- Getting an error while requiring /moon/intra_extensions/e75dad8f2f7d40de9921b0d444198973/subject_assignments/8101e73fb82e433fbc576587e6201bfr/f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c6 (400: Subject Unknown, The given subject is unknown.)
-
-
-Configuration
-=============
-
-Before dealing with rules, we must configure our intra_extension.
-This configuration can be done with `template`, `submetarule`, `aggregation` commands.
-
-We have already see what the `template` command does:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon template list
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
- | policy_rbac_admin | RBAC Admin Policy | |
- | policy_root | Root Policy | root extension |
- | policy_authz | Multiple_Policy | Multiple Security Policies |
- | policy_empty_admin | Empty_Policy | Empty Policy |
- | policy_empty_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- | policy_mls_authz | MLS_Policy | Multi Level Security Policy |
- +--------------------+-------------------+-----------------------------+
-
-This command only list available policy template. Those templates are hardcoded into Moon, you cannot modify them though
-the MoonClient. If you need to update them (which is not recommended), you must go in the directory `/etc/keystone/policies`
-and update the json file inside.
-Those template describe the behaviour of an intra_extension.
-When you start using Moon, we recommend that you use the *Multiple_Policy* (with ID *policy_authz*) template which is the simplest template.
-It has default values easy to configure.
-
-This policy template is configured with 3 sub-meta-rules shown below:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon submetarule show
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- | id | name | algorithm | subject categories | object categories | action categories |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- | a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb | rbac_rule | inclusion | role, domain | object_id | access |
- | 6e4abecb486448309ad5ace17ab134dc | dte_rule | inclusion | domain | type | access |
- | ba9eac79b38a46cc9ab65feb32696803 | mls_rule | inclusion | subject_security_level | object_security_level | resource_action |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
-
-Each sub-meta-rules indicates how rules will be built.
-In this example, the first sub-meta-rules (*rbac_rule*) indicates that a single rule will be the concatenation of the following categories:
-
-* role,
-* domain
-* object_id
-* access
-
-**The order between categories is important!**
-
-This sub-meta-rules matches a enhanced Role-Base-Access-Control policy. A standard RBAC policy would be:
-
-* role,
-* object_id
-* access
-
-And we would have in Moon:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- | id | name | algorithm | subject categories | object categories | action categories |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- ...
- | a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb | rbac_rule | inclusion | role | object_id | access |
- ...
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
-
-If you want to modify that point, use the following commands:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon subject category list
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- | id | name | description |
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- | 3d97b1e12f6949cfa71e6ecd6f15a361 | domain | domain |
- | 366c308036b74c9da9121759a42c2f19 | role | role |
- | f6f7e1fd031144b2a8c4d7866424b8c6 | subject_security_level | subject_security_level |
- +----------------------------------+------------------------+------------------------+
- $ moon submetarule set --subject_category_id 366c308036b74c9da9121759a42c2f19 a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb
- $ moon submetarule show
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- | id | name | algorithm | subject categories | object categories | action categories |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
- | a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb | rbac_rule | inclusion | role | object_id | access |
- | 6e4abecb486448309ad5ace17ab134dc | dte_rule | inclusion | domain | type | access |
- | ba9eac79b38a46cc9ab65feb32696803 | mls_rule | inclusion | subject_security_level | object_security_level | resource_action |
- +----------------------------------+-----------+-----------+------------------------+-----------------------+-------------------+
-
-**Warning:** After modifying the sub-meta-rule, you **must** delete all rules corresponding to that sub-meta-rule and add new rules (see below).
-
-As you can see, the third column is titled *algorithm*. This algorithm indicates how the match between scopes and rules is done.
-There are 2 hardcoded algorithms: *inclusion* and *comparison*.
-At this time the *comparison* algorithm is a future work, don't use it. Use exclusively the *inclusion* algorithm.
-
-Rules
-=====
-
-Rules are analysed by our engine to authorize (or not) an action from Nova or Swift.
-Here is an example of what a list of rules looks like for the our *rbac_rule* sub-meta-rule:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon rule list a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
- | | id | s:role | s:domain | a:access | o:object_id | enabled |
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
- | 0 | b8579d7e2eba4c44a9524843d1b4b2e6 | admin | xx | read | servers | True |
- | 1 | 11fa000905654737b2476d06fc9e2be0 | admin | ft | read | servers | True |
- | 2 | 2acca0c356c946d1adec541ad56839ab | dev | xx | read | servers | True |
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
-
-In the sub-meta-rule *rbac_rule*, we have 4 categories (role, domain, object_id, access). So we have 4 columns for each rules:
-
-* s:role
-* s:domain
-* a:access
-* o:object_id
-
-The prefix indicates if the category is a subject, action or object category. Here, we have two subject categories,
-one action category and one object category. Again, the order is very important.
-
-To add a new rule, the help command can be usefull:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon help rule add
- usage: moon rule add [-h] [--intraextension <intraextension-uuid>]
- <submetarule-uuid> <argument-list>
-
- Add a new rule.
-
- positional arguments:
- <submetarule-uuid> Sub Meta Rule UUID
- <argument-list> Rule list (example: admin,start,servers) with that
- ordering: subject, action, object
-
- optional arguments:
- -h, --help show this help message and exit
- --intraextension <intraextension-uuid>
- IntraExtension UUID
-
-We can see that we need the submetarule-uuid and an argument list.
-To be more user-friendly, this list uses name of scope and not their ID.
-You must respect the order : subject scopes, action scopes and object scopes.
-And if you have more than one scope (in subject for example), you must follow the order of the configuration in the
-sub-meta-rule. In our example, the order is role then domain.
-
-A new rule will be added like this:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon rule add a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb dev,ft,read,servers
- $ moon rule list a0c30ab9f4104098a9636b0aab294deb
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
- | | id | s:role | s:domain | a:access | o:object_id | enabled |
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
- | 0 | b8579d7e2eba4c44a9524843d1b4b2e6 | admin | xx | read | servers | True |
- | 1 | 24ef8de4526f4268a7de530443edd9fa | dev | ft | read | servers | True |
- | 2 | 11fa000905654737b2476d06fc9e2be0 | admin | ft | read | servers | True |
- | 3 | 2acca0c356c946d1adec541ad56839ab | dev | xx | read | servers | True |
- +---+----------------------------------+--------+----------+----------+-------------+---------+
-
-The latest column allows to enabled or disabled a specific rule.
-
-Log system
+This guide presents the use of the Moon platform.
+The MoonClient script allows the administrator/user to drive the Moon platform and
+some parts of the Keystone server itself.
+
+Scenario components and composition
+===================================
+
+###Functional architecture
+Moon can be considered as a management layer over OpenStack.
+We can dynamically create security modules in Moon and assign these modules to protect different
+tenants in OpenStack.
+![](../img/moon_infra.png)
+
+###Policy engine
+The core part of the security management layer is its policy engine.
+The policy engine should be at same time generic to support a large set of security models
+used by consumers and robust so that all the manipulations on the policy engine need to be proved correct.
+For all these purposes, we designed EMTAC (Extensible Multi-tenancy Access Control) meta-model,
+which defines policy specification, policy administration, inter-policy collaboration and administration
+over this collaboration.
+![](../img/policy_engine.png)
+
+###User-centric
+At the same time, Moon enables administrators or a third-party application to define, configure and manage
+its policies. Such a user-centric aspect helps users to define their own manner in using
+OpenStack’s resources.
+
+###Authorization enforcement in OpenStack
+As the first step, the security policy in Moon is enforced by authorization mechanism in Keystone and Nova
+and Swift.
+All the operations in Keystone and Nova and Swift are controlled and validated by Moon.
+In OpenStack, we implemented 3 hooks respectively for Keystone and Nova and Swift, the hooks will
+redirect all authorization requests to Moon and return decision from Moon.
+
+###Log System
+Traceability and accountability are also handled in Moon, all the operations and interactions
+are logged and can be consulted for any purpose.
+
+###Separation of management layer from OpenStack
+The separation of management layer from OpenStack makes the management system totally
+independent from OpenStack. We can install Moon in client’s local so that Moon can be
+locally administrated by clients and remotely project their data which are hosted in
+Cloud Service Provider’s datacenter.
+
+Scenario usage overview
+=======================
+
+The Moon platform is built on the OpenStack Keystone component. While Keystone manages the identification
+and the authentication process, Moon manages the authorisation process for all actions that comes through it.
+The current version of Moon can only manage a subset of actions: actions from Nova and Swift.
+For example, when a user wanted to stop a virtual machine with Nova, the authorisation for that action of stopping
+is delegated through KeystoneMiddleware to the Moon platform.
+
+The MoonClient script helps administrators to configure the Moon platform and the authorisation rules.
+It can be used like the OpenStack client with the same environment variables.
+
+Each OpenStack project (or tenant) car be mapped to an intra-extension.
+That intra-extension will contain the configuration for the authorisation process for that tenant.
+Each intra-extension is configured with subjects, objects and actions. A subject makes an action on an object.
+Those elements can be placed into categories, for example a subject can have a value on the role category.
+Those values are saved into the scope element.
+For example, the subject (which is also called user) "admin" can have the role "admin" and "dev" on the project "admin".
+The same mapping applies to the object and the action element.
+For example, the action "stop a VM" can be place in a particular category "access" with the scope "write".
+The action "stop a VM" is considered as the user has a write access to the VM.
+
+In order to grant or not an action in the system, Moon uses rules built with the scope values.
+If we consider that a rule is constituted with a role for the subject category,
+an ID and a security level for the object category and an access value for the action category, we can built rules
+with values like the following ones:
+
+- admin, id1, level_high, write
+- admin, id1, level_low, read
+- dev, id2, level_high, read
+
+All configuration can be done with the MoonClient script.
+If a project is not mapped to a intra-extension, it can be used as if the Moon platform doesn't exist.
+
+Limitations, Issues and Workarounds
+===================================
+
+The Moon platform can only be used to authorize Nova and Swift actions. In future releases, it could manage
+more OpenStack components like Neutron, Glance, ...
+
+References
==========
-Logs can be obtain with the `log` command:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon log --number 10
- +---------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
- | Time | Message |
- +---------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
- | 2016-08-11-12:28:58 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:30:05 | /MoonError/AdminException/AdminMetaData/SubjectCategoryUnknown (The given subject category is unknown.) |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:38:11 | /MoonError/AdminException/AdminPerimeter/SubjectUnknown (The |
- | | given subject is unknown.) |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:48:05 | /MoonError/AdminException/AdminMetaData/SubjectCategoryUnknown (The given subject category is unknown.) |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:48:22 | /MoonError/AdminException/AdminPerimeter/SubjectUnknown (The |
- | | given subject is unknown.) |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:50:59 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:51:38 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:52:01 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:52:08 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- | 2016-08-12-03:54:52 | No Intra_Admin_Extension found, authorization granted by default. |
- | | |
- +---------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
-
-In this example, we limit the number of events to 10.
-You can filter with a particular string or search by date. See the `help` command for more information:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon help log
- usage: moon log [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}] [-c COLUMN]
- [--max-width <integer>] [--noindent]
- [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
- [--filter <filter-str>] [--fromdate <from-date-str>]
- [--todate <to-date-str>] [--number <number-int>]
-
- List all logs.
-
- optional arguments:
- -h, --help show this help message and exit
- --filter <filter-str>
- Filter strings (example: "OK" or "authz")
- --fromdate <from-date-str>
- Filter logs by date (example: "2015-04-15-13:45:20")
- --todate <to-date-str>
- Filter logs by date (example: "2015-04-15-13:45:20")
- --number <number-int>
- Show only <number-int> logs
-
- output formatters:
- output formatter options
-
- -f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}
- the output format, defaults to table
- -c COLUMN, --column COLUMN
- specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated
-
- table formatter:
- --max-width <integer>
- Maximum display width, <1 to disable. You can also use
- the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the
- parameter takes precedence.
-
- json formatter:
- --noindent whether to disable indenting the JSON
-
- CSV Formatter:
- --quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}
- when to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric
-
-
-Test
-====
-
-Moonclient can execute some tests written in a custom format (JSON format).
-After installing MoonClient, it is advised to execute all tests to see if the Moon platform is up and running:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ moon test --self
- Write tests output to /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-090856.log
-
- Executing /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_empty_policy_new_user.json (1/22)
- ...
- +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+---------+------------------------------------------+
- | filename | results | log file |
- +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+---------+------------------------------------------+
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_actions.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092537.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_configuration.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092434.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_empty_policy_nova.json | False | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092051.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_action_categories.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-091823.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_action_scopes.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092037.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_object_assignments.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092520.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_subject_scopes.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092448.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_objects.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-091836.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_subjects.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092351.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_object_categories.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092421.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_root_intraextensions.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-091850.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_subject_assignments.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092502.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_subject_categories.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092338.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_admin_intraextensions.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092237.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_submetarules.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092405.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_object_scopes.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092322.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_action_assignments.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092213.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_rules.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-091857.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_empty_policy_swift.json | False | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-091922.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_external_commands.json | False | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092246.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_tenants.json | True | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-092228.log |
- | /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/moonclient/tests/tests_empty_policy_new_user.json | False | /tmp/moonclient_test_20160812-090856.log |
- +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+---------+------------------------------------------+
-
-
-Executing all tests may take time, so be patient.
-Each test can be executed separately and you have acces to a file log in the `/tmp` directory for each test.
-
+For more information on the OPNFV Colorado release, please visit
+http://www.opnfv.org/colorado
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+++ b/docs/userguide/feature.usage.rst
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
.. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
.. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
- .. (c) <optionally add copywriters name>
+.. (c) ruan.he@orange.com & thomas.duval@orange.com
============
diff --git a/docs/userguide/index.rst b/docs/userguide/index.rst
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@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ OPNFV MOON user guide
:numbered:
:maxdepth: 2
- feature.useage.rst
+ feature.usage.rst