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Seeking ACL file permissions managed by SI 6.0

AWS file permissions are managed on AWS by AWS. Sterling Integrator does not manage the AWS file permissions. SI Services can perform operations like connect to AWS S3, Get from AWS S3, Put a file on AWS S3 and Delete a file from AWS S3. SI operations work based on the permissions already set on AWS side.

But we would require the control of ACL file permissions from SI S3 adapter.

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  • Jun 18 2019
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AWS file permissions are managed on AWS by AWS. Sterling Integrator does not manage the AWS file permissions. SI Services can perform operations like connect to AWS S3, Get from AWS S3, Put a file on AWS S3 and Delete a file from AWS S3. SI operations work based on the permissions already set on AWS side.

But we would require the control of ACL file permissions from SI S3 adapter.

What is your industry? Other
What is the idea priority? High
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    Ryan Wood commented
    July 23, 2019 15:59

    More information is needed. IBM's analyis is ACL’s in S3object store through B2Bi, came across bucket policies access policy option available to grant permission to Amazon S3 resources. Amazon recommends to use bucket policies as ACL’s are legacy way of doing it.

    So it would be good if we can discuss and finalize on what kind of policies to be implemented as part of access management for S3 object store.

    Refer to https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/iam-policies-and-bucket-policies-and-acls-oh-my-controlling-access-to-s3-resources/

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