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Oathkeeper vs Teleport: What are the differences?

What is Oathkeeper? A cloud native Identity & Access Proxy. A cloud native Identity & Access Proxy (IAP) which authenticates and authorizes incoming HTTP requests. Inspired by the BeyondCorp / Zero Trust white paper. Written in Go.

What is Teleport? Modern Privileged Access Management. Teleport makes it easy for users to securely access infrastructure and meet the toughest compliance requirements.

Oathkeeper and Teleport belong to "Cloud Access Management" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Oathkeeper are:

  • Identify the user and provide the user session to API backends
  • Restrict access to certain resources based on a set of rules
  • Transform access credentials (e.g. OAuth2 Access Tokens, SAML Assertions, ...) to a format (e.g. JSON Web Token, Plaintext, Basic Authorization, ...) consumable by your API services

On the other hand, Teleport provides the following key features:

  • Isolate critical infrastructure and enforce 2FA when using SSH and Kubernetes
  • Provide role-based access controls (RBAC) using short-lived certificates and your existing identity management service
  • Log and record session activity for full auditability

Oathkeeper is an open source tool with 1.42K GitHub stars and 62 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Oathkeeper's open source repository on GitHub.

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What is Oathkeeper?

A cloud native Identity & Access Proxy (IAP) which authenticates and authorizes incoming HTTP requests. Inspired by the BeyondCorp / Zero Trust white paper. Written in Go.

What is Teleport?

Teleport makes it easy for users to securely access infrastructure and meet the toughest compliance requirements.

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