Manage your Cluster
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In this section, you can find guides on managing a Teleport cluster after deploying it.
In Teleport, dynamic resources let you adjust the behavior of your Teleport
cluster as your infrastructure changes. Teleport provides three methods for
applying dynamic resources: the
tctl client tool, Teleport Terraform provider,
and Kubernetes Operator. Read Using Dynamic Resources
for more information.
Get to know the tools you can use to apply
settings to your cluster, all of which work well with infrastructure-as-code
solutions, including the
tctl client, Terraform provider, and Kubernetes
The Admin Guides section describes how to perform routine
administrative tasks in your Teleport cluster, such as upgrading the
binary or adding labels to Teleport resources.
The Operations section describes how to perform critical, infrequent tasks such as achieving scalability, upgrading a cluster, and rotating Teleport's certificate authority.
While Teleport is designed with security in mind, there are steps you can take to ensure that your cluster is as secure as possible. Read about these in the Security section.
Teleport integrates with third-party software in order to enable secure access to your infrastructure. The Integrations section describes Teleport's Kubernetes Operator, Terraform Provider, and other integrations.
To get visibility into the performance of the Teleport services running in your infrastructure, you can use Teleport's built-in metrics, traces, and profiling. Learn more in the Diagnostics section.
Teleport's Auth Service maintains an audit log that tracks events in your cluster, such when a user begins an SSH session or attempts to authenticate. You can get insight into how users are interacting with your Teleport cluster by exporting audit events to your log management solution. See how in the Exporting Audit Events guides.