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Continuous credentialing (coming soon)

Automatically generate and rotate least-permissions credentials to broker secure connections between services.

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Generation & rotation

It is difficult for even the best of engineers to safely create, store, and rotate credentials used by their applications. Businesses can’t safely give access to secret managers to every developer, yet most developers write applications that need credentials.

Architect’s dependency resolver maps the relationships between apps and services to determine if and how to generate the credentials needed to secure application relationships. Developers need only declare their dependencies to be issued credentials with each deploy.


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Secure storage

Secret managers are an important tool for any secure, cloud environment. Architect integrates with your favorite secret managers to ensure generated credentials are stored securely without risk of breach.


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Credential injection

Depedency injection is about more than hostnames or addresses. The credentials used to faciliate network calls are just as important as resolvability of the dependency.

After generating and storing the credentials used to broker access between dependencies, Architect goes a step further to ensure these credentials are securely mounted to apps and services. This gives developers a simple way to incorporate credentials into their applications without any friction, complexity, or security risks.


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Least-permissions

Despite the power of modern-day secret managers, theres always the risk that secrets may be compromised. In order to mimize the attack surface created by compromised credentials, Architect enables the generation of least-permissions credentials for each app and service.