We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Session and Identity Locking feature that allows quick incident containment.
Teleport has been officially certified by Great Place to Work. This prestigious certification is based entirely on feedback from current employees
Announcing the release of Teleport 7.0 which brings support for MongoDB. Users of MongoDB can now enjoy consolidated identity-based secure access to all of their MongoDB instances across all environments.
Today we are announcing a new funding round led by S28 Capital and Kleiner Perkins. The new capital will accelerate bringing new features to market, and expand our sales and support teams internationally
Congratulations to the Teleport team! We have been included as a Cool Vendor in Gartner Cool Vendors in Identity-First Security report for 2021.
Teleport 6.2 brings enhancements across the board, including the ability to list Databases and Kubernetes Clusters in Teleport and Amazon Redshift support.
Teleport is offering a free Teleport Pro account for Open Source Projects. Helping teams and projects secure and collaborate at scale.
What's new in Teleport 4.3. Overview of new features - new UI, API driven, expanded audit capabilities. A modern open source replacement for OpenSSH
This is a major Teleport release with new features, and bug fixes, including a new UI and plugins such as PagerDuty, Jira, Slack, and Mattermost.
Gravity 7.0 allows users to deploy Gravity cluster images into Kubernetes clusters and makes it easier to run Gravity clusters in secure environments.
In 2019, Teleport achieved product-market fit and raised the funding necessary to be able to shift focus to scaling what already works.
Announcing our Series A funding to unchain applications from the cloud providers.
Join us next month at our new Seattle office for two tech talks, food, and schmoozing.
Calico is now a standard option in all Gravity deployments.
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.