Opal + Amazon Web Services
Opal supports broad integrations into Amazon Web Services through API-based connections. Without proxies or agents, Opal can automatically discover managed services and be deployed in minutes.
Developers can easily discover and request for just-in-time short-lived access for IAM roles. All access is granted through attributable federated IAM sessions. With Opal, engineers can access roles via AWS web console or command line.
Opal supports AWS-managed RDS databases out of the box. Database access can be scoped to any granularity your database allows including table and even column-level access. Developers can easily discover and request for just-in-time short-lived access to RDS databases. All databases can be accessed using your favorite 3rd party database viewers, like Postico, or through the command line.
Opal supports AWS-managed servers using Amazon Secure Session Manager (SSM). This allows developers to move away from private key rotation and manage server access using federated IAM sessions. In addition, all sessions will be recorded and captured for later auditing!
Opal lets you define fine-grained access controls to Kubernetes clusters on EKS using federated IAM sessions. This simplifies and unifies access controls to AWS IAM while enabling developers to connect easily and request new access to many different clusters. Similar to other integrations, sessions are logged and captured with solid attribution.