Teleport 15 Unveiled: Elevating Access and Security Across Infrastructure
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Teleport Upcoming Releases

  • Available for:
  • OpenSource
  • Team
  • Cloud
  • Enterprise

The Teleport team delivers a new major release roughly every 4 months.


15.1.0February 29, 2024


Standalone tbot Docker image

We will ship a new container image that contains tbot but omits other Teleport binaries, providing a light-weight option for Machine ID users.

SSH remote port forwarding

In Teleport 15.1, we will expose remote port forwarding via the tsh ssh -R command. Remote port forwarding will be supported for both Teleport and OpenSSH nodes.

Custom mouse pointers for remote desktop sessions

Teleport remote desktop sessions will automatically change the mouse cursor depending on context (when hovering over a link, resizing a window, or editing text, for example).

New paginated APIs

Teleport's gRPC server will expose new paginated APIs for listing roles and access requests, which will improve performance on clusters with large numbers of these resources.

Synchronization of Okta groups and apps

Okta integration will support automatic synchronization of Okta groups and app assignments to Teleport as access lists giving users ability to request access to Okta apps without extra configuration.

Database permission management for for PostgreSQL

Admins will be able to configure Teleport RBAC rules for managing access to database objects (such as tables) in for PostgreSQL.

EKS auto-discovery in Access Management UI

Users going through EKS enrollment flow in Access Management web UI will have an option to enable auto-discovery for EKS clusters.

Teleport Cloud

The key deliverables for Teleport Cloud in the next quarter:

Week ofDescription
March 4, 2024Teleport 15.1 will begin rollout on Cloud.

Production readiness

Teleport follows semantic versioning for pre-releases and releases.


Pre-releases of Teleport (versions with suffixes like -alpha, -beta, -rc) should not be run in production environments.

Pre-releases of Teleport are great for testing new features, breaking changes, and backwards incompatibility issues either in development or staging environments.

Major Releases

Major releases look like 15.0.0.

Major releases of Teleport contain many large new features and may contain breaking changes.

Due to the scope and quantity of changes in a major release, we encourage deploying to staging first to verify your usage pattern has not changed.

Minor Releases

Minor releases look like 15.X.0.

Minor releases of Teleport typically contain smaller features and improvements. Minor releases can typically be deployed directly to production.

Most customers upgrade to the next major version of Teleport during the first minor release, such as 15.1.0.

Patch Releases

Patch releases contain small bug fixes and can typically be deployed directly to production.

Preview Policy

A product or feature may be marked as "Preview" if any of the following is true.

  • The product or feature is missing key functionality. For example, Microsoft SQL Server support for database access initially shipped without audit logging support.
  • The product or feature has NOT been adopted by at least 2 existing customers.
  • The product or feature has NOT been through a security audit.
  • The documentation for the product or feature is incomplete.
  • Assets (e.g. binaries) associated with the feature are not published to our official downloads page.

Use preview features in production if the above issues are not a concern.