Teleport Learn contains tutorials, how-tos and a glossary for all things infrastructure access.
The basics of Infrastructure Access.
TCP/IP, also known as Internet Protocol Suite, is a collection of networking protocols that works together to transfer a data packet from one computer to another using computer networks.
TCP/IP and OSI model serves a similar purpose - to map all the bits and pieces involved in networked communication. While OSI is the recommended standard, the internet was designed around the TCP/IP model.
RBAC stands for Role-Based Access Control. It is a method of regulating access to servers, computers or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an organization.
Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) is a method of regulating access to resources based on the attributes of both the resource and the user requesting access.
Mandatory Access Control (MAC) is a type of access control that imposes a predefined set of security rules, or labels, to control which users or systems can access specific resources.
No matter the size of your company or the size of your engineering team, it is always important to maintain visibility into what’s happening in your infrastructure. As your company grows, however, and you start to need to meet compliance standards like the SOC2 and FedRAMP frameworks, keeping detailed, specific audit logs becomes a must-have.
Access logging is the practice of system monitoring via a file or a collection of files that detail all of the various activities on a system. Composed of various events and metadata, good access logging practices will help you stay informed on exactly what is happening in your infrastructure, and exactly who is carrying out these various activities.
Short tutorial and cheat sheets showing practical code snippets.
We will guide you through the steps to configure single sign-On (SSO) for Amazon EKS clusters with Okta, SAML and Teleport Enterprise.