Resource scalr_access_policy

Manages the Scalr IAM access policies. Create, update and destroy.

Example Usage

Basic usage:

resource "scalr_role" "reader" {
  name         = "Reader"
  account_id = "acc-xxxxxxxx"
  description = "Read access to all resources."

  permissions = [

resource "scalr_access_policy" "team_read_all_on_acc_scope" {
  subject {
    type = "team"
    id = "team-xxxxxxx"
  scope {
    type = "account"
    id = "acc-xxxxxxx"

  role_ids = [

Argument Reference

  • scope - (Required) Defines the scope where access policy is applied.
  • subject - (Required) Defines the subject of the access policy.
  • role_ids - (Required) The list of the role IDs.

Attribute Reference

All arguments plus:

  • id - The access policy ID.

The scope block contains:

  • type - The scope identity type, is one of account, environment, or workspace.
  • id - The scope ID, acc-<RANDOM STRING> for account, env-<RANDOM STRING> for environment, ws-<RANDOM STRING> for workspace.

The subject block contains:

  • type - The subject type, is one of user, team, or service_account.
  • id - The subject ID, user-<RANDOM STRING> for user, team-<RANDOM STRING> for team, sa-<RANDOM STRING> for service account.## Import

To import an access policy use the access policy ID as the import ID. For example:

terraform import scalr_access_policy.example ap-te2cteuismsqocd