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Scalable Cloud Ops with Fugue by Josha Stella

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Role-Based Access Control with Fugue

As development manager, imagine you’re coordinating eight users. They have different kinds of access to the default account, the two-web development accounts, and the one web-staging account. The Team Conductor’s RBAC feature enables you to manage this with a single policy written in Ludwig; a new CLI command, fugue policy; and five subcommands. If you run fugue policy -h, you’ll get some useful information about the subcommands, as expected:

 FugueWriter:~/fugue-book $ fugue policy -h
 Usage: fugue policy [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...
 
  Manage role based access control policy for Fugue
 
 Options:
  -h, --help Show this message and exit.
 
 Commands:
  generate-secret Generate a new secret for a specific ...

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