1. Rolebinding in Multi-tenant Kafka Environments on Confluent Cloud


    To create a RoleBinding in a multi-tenant Kafka environment on Confluent Cloud using Pulumi, you'll first need to define a few resources:

    1. Environment: This is where you group Confluent Cloud resources, such as Kafka clusters.
    2. KafkaCluster: This is your Kafka service instance within the environment.
    3. RoleBinding: This resource is used to define a role assigned to a principal (user) that grants permissions to a specific resource within Confluent Cloud.

    Here is how you can set up a simple environment, Kafka cluster, and role binding using Pulumi:

    import pulumi import pulumi_confluentcloud as confluentcloud # Define a Confluent Cloud environment. # Environments allow you to organize your Confluent Cloud resources across your teams. environment = confluentcloud.Environment("my-environment", display_name="My Environment" ) # Create a Kafka cluster in the environment. # In a production system, you would likely configure more details according to your requirements. kafka_cluster = confluentcloud.KafkaCluster("my-kafka-cluster", environment=environment.id, cloud="aws", # Specify your cloud provider, AWS in this case. region="us-west-2", # Specify the region where your cluster will be hosted. availability="SINGLE_ZONE", # Choose between SINGLE_ZONE or MULTI_ZONE. service_type="BASIC", # Service type can also be STANDARD or DEDICATED. display_name="My Kafka Cluster" ) # RoleBinding to grant a user the ability to manage the Kafka cluster. # Replace 'user:1234' with the principal name of the user you wish to grant access to. role_binding = confluentcloud.RoleBinding("my-role-binding", principal="user:1234", # The user who will receive the role binding. crn_pattern=kafka_cluster.kafka_cluster_resource_name, # The resource the role will apply to. roleName="CloudClusterAdmin" # The name of the role assigned. ) # Exporting the environment ID and Kafka cluster ID. pulumi.export("environment_id", environment.id) pulumi.export("kafka_cluster_id", kafka_cluster.id)

    In this program:

    • We've created an environment called my-environment that groups our Confluent Cloud resources.
    • We then instantiate a Kafka cluster named my-kafka-cluster within that environment.
    • Next, we defined a role binding called my-role-binding that assigns the role CloudClusterAdmin to a user with the principal user:1234 on the Kafka cluster we created. This user will now have admin permissions on the Kafka cluster.

    After you run this Pulumi program, you will have a Kafka cluster and a role binding set up in Confluent Cloud. You can expand on this basic program according to your specific multi-tenant requirements, such as setting up additional role bindings or clusters within the environment, configuring networking or authentication settings, and more.

    Remember to replace "user:1234" with the actual principal of the user you wish to assign the role to. The principal is typically the ID of the user in Confluent Cloud, and you can find it in the Confluent Cloud UI or through your admin console.