Simplify user access workflows and provide least privileged access to resources and systems.
Leverage trusted identity providers such as OKTA, Ping, and Azure Active Directory to enable single sign-on access and authorize access based on roles and logical services.
Streamline end-user access to infrastructure endpoints (i.e. SSH, RDP, databases, and kubectl) through a secure TCP/IP connection. Establish least privilege access to target systems for each user or group based on roles.
Centrally store, access, and deploy key/value credentials across applications, systems, and infrastructure.
Gain visibility into all active sessions accessed by each identity. Use administrative control to automatically or manually terminate sessions.
Reduce your attack surface by sending remote user connections through proxies residing within a secure network.
Provide shared services for your teams and enhance compliance and governance.
Deploy and configure Boundary resources provisioned by Terraform using existing Terraform workflows.
Integrate with Vault secrets engines to generate, store, access, and expire credentials on demand. Use Boundary to inject single-use, dynamic credentials into remote hosts without exposing them to end users.
Enable visibility into configuration changes, logs, and traces with the ability to export data to business intelligence and event monitoring tools.
Record all activities within a user session and play back sessions in the event of a threat incident.
Integrate with partners to allow just-in-time requests and approvals for time-bound access using popular platforms like PagerDuty, Service Now, and Slack.
Supports various key management systems to secure and encrypt data at rest. Manage encryption key lifecycles with key rotation and versioning features.
Scale for self-service, visibility, and adoption.
Connect into complex network topologies through reverse-proxies that allow users to securely access locked-down resources on a time-limited basis.
Integrate with AWS and Microsoft Azure to automatically update and maintain a consistent list of available hosts in Boundary’s catalog.
Provide the same consistent user workflow connecting to target systems in any private or public cloud.
Simplify, secure, and streamline remote SSH access based on a user’s identity through your IDP. Remote user access is provided only to machines authorized by administrators rather than the entire network. Automated time-bound credentials on the remote users’ behalf provide a seamless and passwordless experience.
Secure remote access on any TCP connection, including access to Windows machines over Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). This gives remote users just-in-time access with time-bound credentials that don’t need to be stored on their local machines. All sessions can be monitored, logged, and terminated by a central administrative team.
Keep remote user access consistent, secure, time-bound, and least-privileged. Use single sign-on to minimize risks associated with storing long-lived credentials across different databases, machines, and clouds. Plus, improve governance by monitoring and auditing all sessions.