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Keys or Certs for SSH Access? Why Should I Care?


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Sponsored by TELEPORT

Wednesday, September 8, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Today's software developers, DevOps teams, SREs and sysadmins are familiar with the concept of public key cryptography for gaining access to remote resources, but using public and private keys has limitations and can be difficult to scale and manage. Consider leveraging short-term certificates for SSH access rather than keys so you can rest easy! This webinar will cover the pros and cons of using keys versus certificates and will show you how to get started using short-term certificates.

Allen Vailliencourt
Sales Engineer - Teleport
Allen Vailliencourt is Sales Engineer at Teleport with a long history in working with DevOps, public cloud, development, security, systems administration and more. When not helping customers solve access problems with Teleport, you can find him trying to teach his boys how to play one of the 300 board games that he has amassed over the years or spending time with his wife trying to persuade her to join him in a Band of Brothers series marathon.

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