Teleport is open sourced under the Apache 2.0 license, is compatible with OpenSSH clients and servers, ready to be plugged in your existing workflow.
Identity & trust management via cluster certificates, short lived session keys and 2nd factor auth. No more copying keys around.
Explore who is doing what in a cluster, join active sessions, record and replay all SSH activity across the cluster - all through a beautiful web user interface.
Gravitational Teleport ("Teleport") is a tool for remotely accessing isolated clusters of Linux servers via SSH or HTTPS. Unlike traditional key-based access, Teleport enables teams to easily adopt the following practices:
It is worth noting that Teleport clusters do not suffer from a single point of failure. Teleport is built on top of the high-quality Golang SSH implementation and it is compatible with OpenSSH.
Mature tech companies with significant infrastructure footprints tend to implement most of these patterns internally. Teleport allows smaller companies without significant in-house SSH expertise to easily adopt them, as well. Teleport comes with an accesible Web UI and a very permissive Apache 2.0 license to facilitate adoption and use.
Being a complete standalone tool, Teleport can be used as a software library enabling trust management in complex multi-cluster, multi-region scenarios across many teams within multiple organizations.
Teleport was created by Gravitational Inc. We built Teleport by borrowing from our previous experiences at Rackspace. It has been extracted from Gravity, our system for helping our customers to deploy and remotely manage their SaaS applications on many cloud regions or even on-premise.
Reach out to [email protected] if you have questions about commercial edition of Teleport.
At this time Teleport is NOT recommended for production use, but the code is open and available for your security team to inspect. Currently Teleport is undergoing an independent security review. We will be more comfortable recommending it for production use once the review is completed.