1. Secure Access Management for AI Workflows with Okta Groups


    To integrate secure access management for AI workflows using Okta, you'll be defining groups within Okta to manage the permissions of different users in the system. After integrating with Okta, you can assign users to specific groups to grant or restrict access to various parts of your AI infrastructure or applications.

    In Pulumi, you can define and manage Okta resources using the pulumi_okta package. For instance, you might define an Okta group for your AI team, assign roles to that group to specify their permissions, and create rules that automatically manage group membership based on user attributes.

    Below is a program that demonstrates how to:

    • Create an Okta group for AI team members.
    • Assign a group membership rule that dynamically adds users with certain attributes to the group.
    • Grant application access to the group.

    Please make sure you have the Pulumi Okta provider set up in your Pulumi project before running this program.

    import pulumi import pulumi_okta as okta # Create an Okta group for AI Team Members ai_team_group = okta.Group("aiTeamGroup", name="AI-Team", description="Group for AI Team Members") # Define a rule to automatically assign users to the AI Team group based on specified attributes # For instance, assume that a user's profile contains an attribute `department` which is set to `AI`. ai_team_rule = okta.group.Rule("aiTeamRule", name="AI Team Assignment Rule", group_assignments=[ai_team_group.id], status="ACTIVE", expression_type="urn:okta:expression:1.0", expression_value="user.department == \"AI\"" ) # Grant application access to the AI-Team group, assuming you have an application with appId. app_id = "example-application-id" # Replace with your application's ID ai_team_group_assignment = okta.app.GroupAssignment("aiTeamGroupAssignment", app_id=app_id, group_id=ai_team_group.id, priority=1 # The priority of the group assignment ) # Export the group ID so it can be referenced outside of Pulumi if needed pulumi.export("aiTeamGroupId", ai_team_group.id)

    In the above program:

    • We created an Okta group called AI-Team.
    • We set up a rule aiTeamRule that automatically adds users to this group if their department attribute is equal to AI.
    • We then assigned the AI-Team group access to an application with aiTeamGroupAssignment.

    This is a starting point for using Okta with Pulumi to manage secure access for AI workflows. You might have multiple applications or a more complex set of rules for which groups have access to what resources, and in that case, you'd expand this program to fit those needs.

    It should be noted that this example assumes that you have an application defined in your Okta tenant with an appId, and users with a department attribute in their profile. Adjust the app_id and expression_value accordingly to match your actual Okta setup.