Managing on-call access is challenging. Engineering teams are struggling between security risks from over-provisioned access and wasted effort from manual work. With Opal’s integration with PagerDuty, companies can automatically grant privileged access to engineers during an incident and revoke access when the on-call schedule is over. Sensitive developer access can be easily time-bounded with clear audit logs.
Opal enables DevOps teams to manage privileged on-call permissions in a secure and automated manner. With the PagerDuty integration, Opal will automatically grant and revoke permissions via on-call schedules.
Using Opal’s identity protocol, the platform natively integrates with cloud infrastructure and grants fine-grained access, such as cluster admin for Kubernetes or owner for Gitlab repos. Engineers should only have the necessary permissions during an on-call incident.
Opal logs all access grants and revocations. With Opal, admins can keep a centralized log of all access-related activities.
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