CyberArk announced its partnership with Puppet as an Advanced Technology Partner. Together, CyberArk and Puppet are working together to create support modules that provide automated, enterprise-grade protection of secrets and are seamlessly integrated with Puppet’s configuration automation, enabling secure, high-velocity DevOps workflows.
In dynamic DevOps environments, tools, scripts and applications/services are constantly being created, used and disabled. Each step requires secrets, including SSH/API keys, passwords, and certificates, which regularly go unchanged or revoked, or may not be available for a range of reasons, making the application unable to run or run properly. Because these accounts provide access to sensitive resources, they are a prime target for an external attacker or malicious insider to facilitate enterprise-wide cyber attacks.
CyberArk Conjur is the only platform-independent secrets management solution that allows organizations to integrate secrets management and machine identity security into their projects with minimal effort. CyberArk Conjur is specifically architected for containerized environments and can be deployed on-premises or to any cloud at massive scale.
CyberArk Conjur allows DevOps teams to integrate security best practices into their cloud-native application development projects with ease, while giving security teams assurance that security and compliance best practices are being applied to these dynamic environments, without creating new security silos.
As part of this integration, Puppet is also joining the CyberArk global technology partner program that brings together enterprise software, IT security and service providers to build on the power of privileged account security to better protect customers from cyber threats across multi-platform environments. CyberArk recently joined Puppet’s Technology Alliance Partner Program (TAPP).
To learn more about the CyberArk Conjur supported module for Puppet, join CyberArk’s session, “Securing Secrets for Puppet, Without Interrupting Flow,” at PuppetConf 2017 on Wednesday, October 11 at 11:45 a.m. PT.