Creating a project policy document - Rekognition

Creating a project policy document

Rekognition Custom Labels uses a resource-based policy, known as project policy, to manage copy permissions for a model version. A project policy is a JSON format document.

A project policy allows or denies a principal permission to copy a model version from a source project to a destination project. You need a project policy if the destination project is in a different AWS account. That's also true if the destination project is in the same AWS account as the source project and you want to restrict access to specific model versions. For example, you might want to deny copy permissions to a specific IAM role within an AWS account.

The following example allows the principal arn:aws:iam::111111111111:role/Admin to copy the model version arn:aws:rekognition:us-east-1:123456789012:project/my_project/version/test_1/1627045542080.

{ "Version":"2012-10-17", "Statement":[ { "Effect":"Allow", "Principal":{ "AWS":"arn:aws:iam::111111111111:role/Admin" }, "Action":"rekognition:CopyProjectVersion", "Resource":"arn:aws:rekognition:us-east-1:111111111111:project/my_project/version/test_1/1627045542080" } ] }
Note

Action, Resource, Principal, and Effect are required fields in a project policy document.

The only supported action is rekognition:CopyProjectVersion.

NotAction, NotResource, and NotPrincipal are prohibited fields and must not be present in the project policy document.

If you don't specify a project policy, a principal in the same AWS account as the source project can still copy a model, if the principal has an Identity-based policy, such as AmazonRekognitionCustomLabelsFullAccess, that gives permission to call CopyProjectVersion.

The following procedure creates a project policy document file that you can use with the Python example in Attaching a project policy (SDK). If you are using the put-project-policy AWS CLI command, you supply the project policy as a JSON string.

To create a project policy document

  1. In a text editor, create the following document. Change the following values:

    • Effect – Specify ALLOW to grant copy permission. Specify DENY to deny copy permission.

    • Principal – To the principal that you want to allow or deny access to the model versions that you specify in Resource. For example you can specify the AWS account principal for a different AWS account. We don't restrict the principals that you can use. For more information, see Specifying a principal.

    • Resource – The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the model version for which you want to specify copy permissions. If you want to grant permissions to all model versions within the source project, use the following format arn:aws:rekognition:region:account:project/source project/version/*

    { "Version":"2012-10-17", "Statement":[ { "Effect":"ALLOW or DENY", "Principal":{ "AWS":"principal" }, "Action":"rekognition:CopyProjectVersion", "Resource":"Model version ARN" } ] }
  2. Save the project policy to your computer.

  3. Attach the project policy to the source project by following the instructions at Attaching a project policy (SDK).