Transparent Authorization

Automatically grant access to intended service-to-service calls, and block anything else. Make secure access transparent for developers. Cloud-native, open source, with no new infrastructure and no maintenance.

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    Access control with network policies

    Stop maintaining a spaghetti of network policies. Bootstrap them from your existing traffic, and keep them automatically up to date.

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    Access control for kafka

    mTLS access for your Kafka clients, and topic-level permissions, without worrying about certs or maintaining ACLs.

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    Intent-based access control

    Make secure access effortless with a cloud-native, declarative approach – and end up with a zero-trust service-to-service network.

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Transparent authorization in two steps: Declare, apply and you’re done.

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  • Declare

    Otterize Action Explanation: Declare

    Developers simply declare what they intend to call, in client intents files that live with their code.

    No maintaining server permissions and access controls. No figuring out security mechanisms. No manual access requests.

    You can even bootstrap intents files with the Otterize network mapper!

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  • Apply

    Otterize Action Explanation: Apply

    Apply one or more client intents files into your Kubernetes cluster to “make it so”:

    kubectl apply intents/my-service.yaml

  • Done

    Otterize Action Explanation: Done

    Only intended calls go through.

    All authorization is now automatically configured.

    Any credentials are generated or fetched, and distributed to local volumes.

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Declare, apply and you're done.