» google_access_context_manager_service_perimeter

ServicePerimeter describes a set of GCP resources which can freely import and export data amongst themselves, but not export outside of the ServicePerimeter. If a request with a source within this ServicePerimeter has a target outside of the ServicePerimeter, the request will be blocked. Otherwise the request is allowed. There are two types of Service Perimeter - Regular and Bridge. Regular Service Perimeters cannot overlap, a single GCP project can only belong to a single regular Service Perimeter. Service Perimeter Bridges can contain only GCP projects as members, a single GCP project may belong to multiple Service Perimeter Bridges.

To get more information about ServicePerimeter, see:

» Example Usage - Access Context Manager Service Perimeter Basic

resource "google_access_context_manager_service_perimeter" "service-perimeter" {
  parent      = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.test-access.name}"
  name        = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.test-access.name}/servicePerimeters/restrict_all"
  title       = "restrict_all"
  status {
    restricted_services = ["storage.googleapis.com"]
  }
}

resource "google_access_context_manager_access_level" "access-level" {
  parent      = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.test-access.name}"
  name        = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.test-access.name}/accessLevels/chromeos_no_lock"
  title       = "chromeos_no_lock"
  basic {
    conditions {
      device_policy {
        require_screen_lock = false
        os_constraints {
          os_type = "DESKTOP_CHROME_OS"
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

resource "google_access_context_manager_access_policy" "access-policy" {
  parent = "organizations/123456789"
  title  = "my policy"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • title - (Required) Human readable title. Must be unique within the Policy.

  • parent - (Required) The AccessPolicy this ServicePerimeter lives in. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}

  • name - (Required) Resource name for the ServicePerimeter. The short_name component must begin with a letter and only include alphanumeric and '_'. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}/servicePerimeters/{short_name}


  • description - (Optional) Description of the ServicePerimeter and its use. Does not affect behavior.

  • perimeter_type - (Optional) Specifies the type of the Perimeter. There are two types: regular and bridge. Regular Service Perimeter contains resources, access levels, and restricted services. Every resource can be in at most ONE regular Service Perimeter. In addition to being in a regular service perimeter, a resource can also be in zero or more perimeter bridges. A perimeter bridge only contains resources. Cross project operations are permitted if all effected resources share some perimeter (whether bridge or regular). Perimeter Bridge does not contain access levels or services: those are governed entirely by the regular perimeter that resource is in. Perimeter Bridges are typically useful when building more complex topologies with many independent perimeters that need to share some data with a common perimeter, but should not be able to share data among themselves.

  • status - (Optional) ServicePerimeter configuration. Specifies sets of resources, restricted services and access levels that determine perimeter content and boundaries. Structure is documented below.

The status block supports:

  • resources - (Optional) A list of GCP resources that are inside of the service perimeter. Currently only projects are allowed. Format: projects/{project_number}

  • access_levels - (Optional) A list of AccessLevel resource names that allow resources within the ServicePerimeter to be accessed from the internet. AccessLevels listed must be in the same policy as this ServicePerimeter. Referencing a nonexistent AccessLevel is a syntax error. If no AccessLevel names are listed, resources within the perimeter can only be accessed via GCP calls with request origins within the perimeter. For Service Perimeter Bridge, must be empty. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}/accessLevels/{access_level_name}

  • restricted_services - (Optional) GCP services that are subject to the Service Perimeter restrictions. Must contain a list of services. For example, if storage.googleapis.com is specified, access to the storage buckets inside the perimeter must meet the perimeter's access restrictions.

» Attributes Reference

In addition to the arguments listed above, the following computed attributes are exported:

  • create_time - Time the AccessPolicy was created in UTC.

  • update_time - Time the AccessPolicy was updated in UTC.

» Timeouts

This resource provides the following Timeouts configuration options:

  • create - Default is 6 minutes.
  • update - Default is 6 minutes.
  • delete - Default is 6 minutes.

» Import

ServicePerimeter can be imported using any of these accepted formats:

$ terraform import google_access_context_manager_service_perimeter.default {{name}}