While Google's rockstar Staff Developer Advocates like to call kubectl the new SSH as they make light of procedural problem-solving skills applied to Kubernetes' decidedly declarative world, real-world cluster operations still requires low-level access beneath the almighty kubelet. In this talk, we'll review legacy SSH patterns relative to new way teams manage, deploy, and troubleshoot their applications running on elastic infrastructure. Along the way, Kevin will demo Teleport (https://github.com/gravitational/teleport), an open source re-implementation of SSH using Google's golang crypto and show how to cross the chasm from traditional SSH anti-patterns into fancy new orchestrated worlds with automatically expiring access certificates.
Infosec and systems engineers can secure SSH access to their infrastructure, meet compliance requirements, reduce operational overhead, and have complete visibility into access and behavior.
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