Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where can I learn more about policy authoring with OPA?
Styra DAS has over 100 Kubernetes Admission Control policies built right in, so you can get started in minute. There is a quick start to walk you through setting up your first policies if you like. If you want to dive deeper and understand how to build fully custom policies with Open Policy Agent, then Styra Academy is what you're looking for! We've built out 20 lessons on OPA, and its policy language Rego—directly from Styra, the folks who invented it!
I have a problem signing up for DAS FREE.
If you face problems signing up for DAS FREE, then perform the following actions:
Check for your confirmation email. Ensure you check the correct email inbox: the one linked to your SSO provider (Google, GitHub, etc.) that you used to sign up for your new Styra DAS account. Note that Styra sends out two emails. The first is a confirmation email that contains your registration information, and it arrives quickly after you first sign up to Styra DAS. Remember to check your spam folder if the confirmation email is missing from your inbox.
Wait fifteen minutes, and then check for your DAS sign-in email. The second email contains your DAS sign-in link, which arrives when your new DAS Workspace is ready. It may take up to fifteen minutes to spin up your DAS Workspace, so please be patient.
Attempt to view your account. If after fifteen minutes you still have not received an email with your DAS sign-in link, attempt to view your account directly. Visit signup.styra.com/sign-in and attempt to sign in using the same SSO provider and email address you used previously to sign up.
Now, attempt to sign in using the link provided.
- Contact Styra Support. If after five more minutes you are still unable to sign in to your DAS workspace, then contact Styra Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include as much relevant information as you can, including the SSO provider you used and your DAS Workspace ID.
What is OPA and how does it relate to Styra DAS?
Open Policy Agent (OPA) is the cloud-native computing foundation project Styra founded to provide unified authorization across the cloud-native stack. Styra Declarative Authorization Service (DAS) is the control plane/management plane for OPA. It provides a single pane of glass for policy authoring, distribution, impact analysis, monitoring, and auditing. They're like PB&J—they go great together!
FAQs on Policy Builder
If you come across any problems using the Policy Builder, see the FAQs on Policy Builder page.
FAQs on Bundle Registry
If you come across any problems using the Bundle Registry, see the FAQs on Bundle Registry page.