Privileged Access Management (PAM) for Kubernetes
Kubernetes is being adopted throughout enterprise IT as the de facto container orchestration service. Along with this adoption, companies are struggling with the “day-two” operational tasks such as managing usage, training users and securing clusters. Securing clusters has become a primary concern as unmanaged access to Kubernetes can lead to critical vulnerabilities throughout an organization’s private infrastructure.
Teleport can be used as a proxy to your Kubernetes clusters in order to secure your infrastructure and improve visibility into access and behavior. It also gives you a single control plane to manage both SSH and Kubernetes access, reducing your operational overhead.
Who can Benefit from Teleport's Kubernetes PAM?
Using Teleport instead of individually-managed authorization and authentication methods means companies can now have a single control plane to manage role-based access control (RBAC) for Kubernetes clusters and clusters of SSH servers for their organization but also for third-party teams. This is useful for:
PAM for Kubernetes Highlights
Teleport was built from the ground up to support highly elastic, cloud-native infrastructure being accessed by multiple teams. Teleport integration with Kubernetes extends Teleport benefits to teams who have adopted Kubernetes-based operations: