Granting access from the internet with access levels

You can use access levels to grant controlled access to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources in service perimeters from the internet.

An access level defines a set of attributes that must be met before a request is honored. Access levels can consider various criteria, such as IP address and user identity.

Using access levels

Access levels are created and managed using Access Context Manager.

To create an access level, read about creating an access level in the Access Context Manager documentation.

The following examples explain how to create an access level using different conditions:

In addition, Managing Access Levels explains how to list, modify, and delete existing access levels.

For a detailed overview of access levels, read the Access Context Manager overview.

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