The Teleport Proxy requires a valid x509 certificate to serve content like the Web UI via HTTPS. In this post we show how to configure the Teleport Proxy to use Let's Encrypt for this.
There are many strategies and products to help you manage SSH keys. This blog post argues that instead of managing SSH keys one should switch to short-lived SSH certificates instead.
Unabated releases of vanilla upstream Kubernetes every three months could continue forever. You have to keep up, while also paying close attention to Kubernetes API object versioning. In this article, we discuss where this pace comes from, how it's a key ingredient in Kubernetes' success and what it means for end-users
In this post we show you how to use Github as an identity manager to control who has access to your server infrastructure through SSH
An interview about our experience running PostgreSQL on on-premise Kubernetes, covering the challenges involved, open source and commercial tools that can help and other alternatives to managing stateful applications on Kubernetes.
In this blog post we show how to record SSH sessions with OpenSSH sshd using Teleport as a recording proxy
We cover the difference between OpenSSH servers and Teleport SSH node service for Teleport clusters.
Announcing the new version of Teleport SSH server. Two major new features of this release are recording of OpenSSH sesssions for audit purposes and authentication via Github OAuth2.
Learn about common problems when migrating your application to Kubernetes.
We are pleased to announce that Telekube v4 is now a long term support release with version 4.44.0 LTS. This release focuses on improved security, usability and stability.
Part 1 of our series on Troubleshooting Kubernetes focuses on networking.
We are happy to announce the release of v2.3 of Teleport. This release focuses on making Teleport much easier to configure and use.
We review the challenges MSPs face in a hybrid, multi-cloud world.
This post covers the new features and improvements that made it into 2.2 release.
How we use Teleport to manage Kubernetes clusters across multiple teams, regions or organizations.
Teleport 2.0.5 Security Fixes
How do you let your employees access company AWS infrastructure using their Github credentials? How do you restrict parts of your infrastructure to certain Github teams? How do you configure SSH to use Github credentials? This blog post covers it all.
We review the Vendor Security Alliance's security questionnaire to look at the security related costs of running SaaS vs On-prem.
Announcing the official 2.0 version of Teleport
We talk about a new feature in Teleconsole: you can turn any laptop into a secure and publicly accessible SSH server wich uses Github SSH keys for authentication.
This tutorial covers aggregating SSH access logs from your server fleet into SumoLogic using Teleport
Calico is now a standard option in all Telekube deployments.
We are excited to announce that Teleport now supports Universal 2nd Factor out of the box.
Go from zero to running a sample Kubernetes application. Learn about Kubernetes Services, Pods, Replica Sets and Configmaps.
It might be mundane and boring but keeping track of your FOSS license usage can save you from a big headache at the least opportune time.
Going on-prem can be a handful, especially maintaining those deployments. Here's how we use Kubernetes and our own tooling to help scale those efforts.
Part 1 of the series of articles about managing Kubernetes clusters across multiple teams, regions or organizations.
Announcing the release of Teleconsole 0.3.1 with a nice list of improvements. For example you can instantly (and securely!) SSH into a laptop of any Github user who trusts you.
In this post we talk about using every day engineering activities to better market our company and our products.
We are announcing the official 1.0 version of Teleport: SSH server with built-in bastion and audit!
We are excited to announce the new open source project: Gravitational Teleport, which in some cases can be a great replacement for OpenSSH.
Kubernetes has great built-in application monitoring features. But how to make sure Kubernetes itself is healthy after you upgrade it to the next version?
We are playing with Elastic Beats, doing structured logging with Golang and Elastic Search
We discuss effective ways to handle errors in Go programming language.