Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is the practice of managing privileged access to infrastructure through a central directory of users, roles, and teams. Authorization is granted to groups (or roles) within a company directory. This allows individuals to access secured infrastructure by simply authenticating their identity, usually through a Single Sign-on (SSO) solution tied to the directory.
Using RBAC instead of individually-managed authorization and authentication methods (such as SSH keys or VPN logins) means companies can now control user group permissions within their organization but also grant controlled and seamless access to third-party teams. This is useful for:
Teleport is available through our commercial Enterprise offering or the Community open source software.
Teleport Enterprise is built around the open-source core to secure critical production infrastructure and meet compliance and audit requirements.Demo Teleport Enterprise
Teleport Community provides modern SSH best practices out of the box for managing elastic infrastructure. Open-source software anyone can use for free.Download Teleport Community