A Docker-inspired workflow for OPA policies

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Now available at openpolicyregistry.io!

A brief history

When we first started using OPA, we were impressed with how flexible it is as a general-purpose decision engine. We were familiar with using it for infrastructure scenarios (like k8s admission control), but thought we could extend its use to application and API authorization scenarios.

One thing we missed, though…

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At Aserto, we use OPA heavily in our authorization API as the underlying decision engine. We’ve been looking for a simple way to compose our solution over the OPA engine, and the OPA SDK provided us with a good starting point.

We had some additional requirements, though: we wanted to

Aserto

Welcome to modern authorization.

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