Aserto uses the Open Container Registry (OPCR) to store and retrieve policies, and we can use it directly to manage our policies. To interact with OPCR, we’ll need to install the OPCR CLI.
You can install
policy via homebrew for macOS or LinuxBrew for Linux:
brew install opcr-io/tap/policy
You can install
policy via GO install:
go get -u github.com/opcr-io/policy
Just like with docker login, the policy CLI requires you to sign in to an OCIv2-compliant registry. To sign in to the opcr.io registry, use the GitHub account you registered with, and a GitHub personal access token (PAT) as your password.
policy login -u <GitHub-account> -p <GitHub-PAT>
policy pull aserto-templates/peoplefinder-rbac:0.0.1
Now the image is stored locally, we can make modifications to it.
Create a new folder (for example “peoplefinder-rbac”) and then execute
policy save aserto-templates/peoplefinder-rbac:0.0.1
This produces a bundle.tar.gz file. To unpack it run
tar -xvf bundle.tar.gz
After unpacking the bundle.tar.gz file we can delete it. Now we can see the folder structure of the policy bundle.
If we make changes to the policy and want to have it updated on Aserto, we’ll need to build our image and push it back up to the repository so that our policy is updated in the authorizer.
From within the same folder that includes the
.manifest file, run the following command:
policy build . -t <your OPCR organization>/peoplefinder-rbac:0.0.1
To push your image to OPCR, execute the following:
policy push <your OPCR organization>/peoplefinder-rbac:0.0.1
Your image policy image will now be available in the OPCR registry.