Learn about HCP Boundary's SSH credential injection and private Vault access features and how they were implemented with minimal impact on existing infrastructure.
HCP Boundary recently introduced support for credential injection within SSH sessions and just introduced private Vault access. Together, these features allow users to achieve authenticated, authorized access to remote systems without those users ever possessing a valid machine credential. This is possible through new multi-hop topologies that are innovative in the secure remote access space.
This session will detail those features and dive into the technical underpinnings of the multi-hop worker architecture that make them possible with minimal impact on existing infrastructure.
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