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LogDNA : add RBAC like vanilla product

LogDNA Product permits to handle RBAC. It means I can allow

  • a developer to access some tags : specific product, those he works on

  • a VIP customer to access his logs only

  • put in place a IAM process to allow temporary someone to access production logs

and so on. Today, IBM Cloud's implementation is just binary.

Segregation would allow to centralize logs in an effecicient way. Being forced to create one instance per data typology is a deal breaker becaus we lose all effects of centralization.

  • Guest
  • Apr 17 2020
  • Delivered
Idea priority High
  • Guest commented
    17 May, 2020 10:34am

    I agree. Currently there is no way customer can restrict access to production apps logs? Everyone having reader access to logDNA service can see logs of all apps/services from all resource groups/spaces in a region. Clients are looking for fine grained RBAC on logDNA.

    Hope this idea gets more vote and it is selected as new feature enhancement.

  • Admin
    Warren Comiskey commented
    14 May, 2020 04:28pm

    Thank you for this Idea submission.

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