Congratulations, you finished onboarding your first team. Here are our recommendations for the next steps:
Logging and audit are critical to StrongDM’s operational and design principles. StrongDM is designed to protect user logs in transit and at rest and allows you to configure logging according to your business and operational requirements.
In StrongDM, access to resources (i.e., Datasources, Servers, Clusters, Clouds, and Websites) is granted to Users through Role Membership, via the Static and Dynamic Access Rules that have been defined for that Role.
Now you’ve enabled SSO and User Provisioning with your IdP, it’s time to select the first team you want to onboard to StrongDM. In order to make the process repeatable and scalable for the rest of your organization, we recommend you start by picking a single team to onboard first.
Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication method that allows users to securely authenticate with multiple applications and websites, including StrongDM. StrongDM customers often leverage SSO to make infrastructure access as simple as accessing any other business application.
Automation is a powerful way to relieve your engineering/SRE/DevOps practice from repetitive access management tasks and allow them to focus on the essential things. The following questions will guide you to the most relevant links to help you implement automation.
The ideal locations to deploy Gateway and Relay pairs in your environment will depend on the specifics of your network topology. Use your answers to the following questions to guide your network diagram template selection.