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TELEPORT ACCESS PLATFORM

Scalable Secure Access for Kubernetes

Scale Kubernetes Role Based Access Controls (RBAC) across mixed infrastructure and multi-clouds.

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Nearly 9 in 10 organizations had at least one container or Kubernetes security incident in the last 12 months

The State of Kubernetes Security Report - 2024

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Secure Kubernetes Access that is Scalable and Easy to Use

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RBAC mistakes lead to a breach

Securing access to a single K8S cluster is manageable. But, what about enterprises with multiple K8S clusters spread across multiple cloud platforms? That’s hard. Just a single mistake in RBAC and your K8S is easily breached.

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Teleport Provides Unified & Scalable Secure Access Controls

  • Single entry point for all K8S clusters
  • Auto-discovery of all K8S clusters in your enterprise
  • Lock down endpoints by replacing public API endpoints with Teleport’s mTLS-only authentication
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Secrets that are not so secret

Security report after security report details incidents where credentials, keys, etc were visible as plain text and accessible to anyone who looked. Why go to the trouble of managing a secret if, well, it really isn’t secret?

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Don’t worry about protecting secrets. Just eliminate them altogether

Teleport eliminates static and shared credentials such as API keys and passwords. Users and services authenticate by leveraging SSO, mTLS and secure enclaves.

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Must choose security or ease of use. But never both

RBAC tools are either not purpose-built for modern infrastructure or they are not designed to be scalable across an enterprise. In both cases, they are usually not easy for DevOps teams to use.

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Built by DevOps teams for DevOps teams

  • Easy access to K8s apps and services
  • Works with kubectl
  • Automatic discovery of K8S apps
  • SSO-protected authentication for users & mTLS certs for machines
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When most privileged is the default

Recent industry reports demonstrate that too many Kubernetes teams stick with default security configurations which often provides broad privilege that is easily exploited.

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Least Privileged Access

  • JIT access requests for K8S environments
  • Per-session MFA for accessing critical Pods
  • Identifies weak access patterns and remediates them

Teleport is the easiest and most secure way to access and protect all your infrastructure

Harden infrastructure access while improving productivity — Control access to Kubernetes clusters and streamline access workflows for engineering teams.

Secure, On-Demand Access to Infrastructure

Granular Access Control: Get precise definitions of roles and permissions, ensuring users have only the access they need.

Unified Access Management: Provide centralized control over access to all Kubernetes clusters, simplifying management and improving security posture.

Auditable Access: Log all access events for a comprehensive audit trail.

Secure Authentication: Integrate with Single Sign-On (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA)

Session Recording: Record all user sessions within the Kubernetes clusters, for real-time monitoring and forensic analysis.

Works with everything you have

Teleport is compatible with all Kubernetes distributions and exiting tooling: EKS, AKS, GKE, Rancher, K3s, Helm, Istio, and more.
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Google GKE

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Azure AKS

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Rancher

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OpenShift

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Tanzu

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MiniKube

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Helm

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Traefik

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Istio

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Envoy

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Linkerd

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Consul

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...and many more

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