1. Secure AI API Access Control via Auth0 Organizations


    To create a secure AI API with access control via Auth0 Organizations, you need to define an organization in Auth0 that represents a group of users, such as a company or team. Within this organization, you can define connections to various identity providers and set up members and roles for fine-grained access control.

    In this Pulumi program, we will create an organization using the auth0 provider, establish a connection for that organization, and then add a member to the organization with specific roles. This organization can then be used to control access to your AI API.

    Let's break down the steps:

    1. Organization Creation: Creating an Auth0 organization to represent the group of users that will access your AI API.
    2. Connection Establishment: Setting up a connection to an identity provider (like Google, GitHub, etc.) that will be used to authenticate users of the organization.
    3. Member Addition: Adding a member to the organization and assigning them roles, which will determine their access level to the API.

    Here's a detailed Pulumi program in Python to set up this configuration:

    import pulumi import pulumi_auth0 as auth0 # Step 1: Create an Auth0 Organization # The organization represents a group of users, like a company or team. # You must have an Auth0 account and the Auth0 provider configured with necessary permissions. org = auth0.Organization("my-organization", # Provide the name for your organization. name="my-awesome-company", # Set the display name that will appear in various Auth0 interfaces and emails. display_name="My Awesome Company", # Branding defines the look and feel of the login pages. # You can customize it according to your brand's guidelines. branding=auth0.OrganizationBrandingArgs( colors=auth0.OrganizationBrandingColorsArgs( primary="#0000FF", # Replace with your brand's primary color. page_background="#FFFFFF" # Replace with your brand's background color. ), # The URL of the logo used for Auth0 emails. logo_url="https://example.com/logo.png" ) ) # Step 2: Establish a Connection to an Identity Provider # Connections allow users to authenticate using various identity providers. # Here, we set up a connection to 'Username-Password-Authentication', # which is the Auth0 standard database connection. connection = auth0.Connection("my-connection", # Define the strategy for this connection. strategy="auth0", name="Username-Password-Authentication", # The name of the connection. options=auth0.ConnectionOptionsArgs( # Options are connection-specific and can vary depending on the strategy. password_policy="good" # Sets a policy for password strength. ) ) # Step 3: Link the Connection to the Organization # After setting up a connection, it must be linked to the organization. org_connection = auth0.OrganizationConnection("my-org-connection", # The identifier of the Auth0 connection to be linked. connection_id=connection.id, # The identifier of the Auth0 organization where the connection will be used. organization_id=org.id, # When this flag is true, membership in the organization is assigned upon login. assign_membership_on_login=True ) # Step 4: Add a Member to the Organization # Members are users who belong to the organization. # Here, we add a new member by their user ID and assign them roles within the organization. member = auth0.OrganizationMember("my-org-member", # The id of the member (user) you want to add to the organization. user_id="<USER_ID>", # Replace with the actual user ID. # The identifier of the Auth0 organization to which the member will be added. organization_id=org.id, # The roles assign specific permissions to the member. roles=["<ROLE_ID>"] # Replace with the actual role IDs you've created. ) # Export the organization domain, which will be used to access Auth0's authorization flows. pulumi.export("organization_domain", org.auth_domain) # After you've set up this Pulumi program, you can use the organization's settings to secure your AI API. # You will need to integrate Auth0's authentication and authorization within your AI API application code.

    In the above program, replace placeholder values like <USER_ID> and <ROLE_ID> with actual values according to your setup. To find these, you would typically look into your Auth0 user management dashboard.

    After this infrastructure is set up, you'll need to integrate the Auth0 authentication and authorization mechanisms into your AI API's application logic. That typically involves setting up middlewares that check the incoming requests' authentication tokens, issued by Auth0, for appropriate permissions before granting access to your API's endpoints.

    For more information on how to use each of these resources, you can follow their respective documentation links: