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  • 1. By- Anush VMeghana Prashanth Pramod Ramesh Ashwin Sethi
  • 2. Introduction Openstack is an open source cloud service implementation Keystone is the security module of Openstack Current authorization system implemented in keystone is single-tenant Multi-tenancy support is defined as the capability of a single software instance to provide its service to several parties simultaneously Our objective is to convert this single tenant system into a multi-tenant one
  • 3.  Current implementations of authorization is based on a 3 tuple implementation namely (Subject, Privilege, Object) This needs to be changed to incorporate multi-tenancy The basic multi-tenant system would have a structure in the form of a 5 tuple namely (Issuer, Subject, Privilege, Interface, Object) This implementation though useful is not enough We try to use a RBAC incorporated implementation This new model which has RBAC changes the 5 tuple to (Issuer, role(Issuer, RoleName), Privilege, Interface, Object)
  • 4. (IssuerA, role(IssuerB, users), Read, ServiceA.1, root) isinterpreted as IssuerA grants anybody with role(IssuerB,users) Read access to the root folder of the file systemprovided by ServiceA.1.
  • 5. Keystone Layout Keystone directories were found in the following locations  /opt/stack  This contained all the necessary python modules to keep keystone running including the policy engine  /var/lib  This contained the keystone.db file used to initialise the backend  /usr/share  This contained shell files to automatically crate new users in opentack  /etc  This contained the keystone.conf file and the default catalog templates file
  • 6. Policy Trace Once an access is made to any protected resource the authorization entry point is in rules.py enforce()  common.policy.enforce()  Brain.check()  _check()  _check_rule() or _check_role() or _check_service() or _check_generic() depending on the match in the rules dictionary. These functions recursively call Brain.check() to help matches nesting of rules appropriately.
  • 7. Our Implementation To implement the 5 tuple we add the following to the current implementation  The Service as a part of both the cred_dict and rules_dict  The role is now a 2 tuple mapping between issuer and name of the role, again this is added to both cred_dict and rules_dict  New function called _check_service is implemented  Access is allowed only if all the elements in the match_list match that of the cred_dict
  • 8. Thank You