Authentication and Authorization
OpenShift Identity Management
Once you have deployed OpenShift, how will you manage access? Onboard new users and projects? Determine when users should no longer have access?
Tremolo Security’s tools for OpenShift help you bridge the gap between OpenShift and your identity management policies. Both Unison and OpenUnison can provide multi-factor authentication for OpenShift, automate onboarding of projects and authorizing project access without having to manually add users to groups or call apis.
DevOps Identity Management
You’re automating your application deployments, but manually adding users to groups? Why only automate some of the process? Tremolo Security’s tools provide a powerful identity automation platform that can eliminate the “email shuffle”. In this video from Red Hat’s DevNation Federal in 2017 our CTO discusses how to automate user management for OpenShift the same way you automate your application deployments with OpenShift!
Identity Services for Apps on OpenShift
With Unison and OpenUnison you can go beyond managing OpenShift and provide identity services to apps running on your OpenShift cluster. Both OpenUnison and Unison provide a wide range of application integrations and can run as a reverse proxy to provide SSO and just-in-time (JIT) provisioning or you can setup Unison and OpenUnison to provision data directly into applications.
Learn More About Tremolo Security and OpenShift
You’ve seen how Tremolo Security can add enterprise authentication and user management to your OpenShift cluster, so what’s next? The links below will take you to the Github project for our OpenShift Identity Manager, videos and example guides to get you started. Feel free to open issues on Github or reach out on twitter to learn more about how Tremolo Security can help you secure your OpenShift cluster.