Teleport 2.6 Released

May 31, 2018
Ev Kontsevoy

Today we are releasing a major new version of Teleport, version 2.6, that brings several new features requested by Teleport administrators, both in cloud-native environments and those with more traditional data center fleets.

Before we dive into the details, let’s introduce Teleport to the new readers of
this blog.

What is Teleport?

Teleport is a privileged SSH access manager for elastic compute infrastructure.
Teleport brings productized SSH security best-practices to companies who have
traditionally relied on complex DIY solutions.

By adopting Teleport in your organization you will:

Secure your infrastructure and meet compliance requirements.
Reduce the operational overhead of enforcing security best-practices.
Have complete visibility into access and behavior.

Teleport is open sourced and fully compatible with OpenSSH clients and servers
and can be used just as a bastion, issuing SSH certificates and providing
connectivity to legacy clusters located behind firewalls.

What’s new in 2.6?

As usual, the full list of changes can be found

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