As a team with a number of servers to manage, you often need to be able to access them to install software, deploy projects, and perform updates to client's websites.
This often means that your whole team's SSH keys are authorized to access all of your servers all the time. Or even worse, you share a password around the office!
ServerAuth's easy to use SSH Access Management feature allows your team to individually manage their SSH keys, which are then automatically synced across just the servers (and server accounts) that you give them access to.
The ability to restrict access means that you don't have to spend large amounts of time adding and removing people's access to servers, or worrying about that random ssh key you can't identify on one of your servers.
In addition to granting individual server account access, ServerAuth allows you to schedule who can log in to each server account and when.
With options to limit access by day of the week, between certain hours, or even for a specified date range, this flexibility means that at no point can anyone who doesn't have permission access your servers.
One of the key features of ServerAuth is that we do not have any form of access to your servers. In fact, we don't even know your servers ip address.
This is achieved by our open-source server agent, which means your server makes regular calls to our cloud-based API to update it's ssh key lists.
And because of how we've engineered the platform, it means we don't store any identifiable logs, meaning there's no viable way for an attack vector to exist by using ServerAuth!