Access Plane company Teleport has secured $30M in funding, marking its Series B round. The company also announced the release of Teleport 7.0 – introducing identity-based access for MongoDB.
Teleport’s Series B funding round is led by Kleiner Perkins – supporting the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering the most important, critical remote-access capabilities to its customers.
The latest release, Teleport 7.0, empowers MongoDB users to easily access MongoDB databases across all computing environments using a modern identity-based approach based on zero trust principles. To MongoDB users, the access plane technology brings multi-factor authentication, identity-based authorization, temporary escalation of privileges via access requests, visibility into access and behavior with a centralized audit log.
But most importantly, Teleport 7.0 allows MongoDB users to manage access to all of their databases in one place.
The Teleport Access Plane has added other critical features in the last several months, specifically the updates introduced in Teleport 6.0. With the capabilities introduced in Teleport 7.0, developers and engineers operating on MongoDB, MySQL or PostgreSQL are now all equipped with the tools needed to work efficiently and securely.
Teleport 7.0 is now available.