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Easily manage roles and permissions in development environments

Kustodian provides a single pane of glass to manage roles and permissions in all systems that support the software development lifecycle

Kustodian makes it easy

Central point of managing roles and permisions

Kustodian will let you define how roles in your organization look like and map them to specific roles in each supporting system such as: runtime environments, wiki, document management, issue trackers , static code analysis ... and more to come.

User synchronization across all systems

Using its vast set of adapters, Kustodian will provision changes and keep the desired state in synchronization across all systems. Easy to manage. Reachable single truth.

Permission management tasks automatization

Kustodian is a necessary tool to automate permission management tasks, increase transparency and keep security risks in check. Your CSO will be very grateful.

Why Kustodian

Completely automated IT onboarding process enables developers to have access and corresponding rights to the necessary applications, resources, projects, and repositories on their first working day. Idle time is significantly reduced, and developers go straight to creating value. All-in-one management and governance solution is directly beneficial to IT admins, project managers and the developers, but also for the HR department and those responsible for security compliance.

Just one secure location for user rights managements, and a bird’s eye view over active, paused and expired licenses saves both time and money.

Check out some real-life daily challenges

New developer on board

New colleague Anna is joining the company and we need to provision correct roles and permissions to all tools.

Gitlab recognizes the following roles: Guest, Reporter, Developer, Maintainer, and Owner.
Confluence recognizes the following roles: Users, Administrators, System administrators, Anonymous.
Jira recognizes the following roles: Users, Developers, and Administrators.
Alfresco recognizes…

Anna is joining a stream-aligned team developing Recommendation features. Which roles should she be granted in a particular tool?

With Kustodian you just mark Anna a “Developer” role and based on your internal policy all other tools are automatically set for her to start coding.


Team’s access under control

Bob is the Team leader of a stream-aligned team developing Recommendation features. He likes to have his project under control.

Now and then, Clara comes by, a Security officer, checking if company security policies are enforced.

How can they check who are all the people that have access to project resources?

With Kustodian you can just pick a team and you’ll have instant insight in all members authorization in all development related components in place.

Safety first, security second

Clara is the Security officer.

As a part of her continuous effort to assess the risk and enforce security policies, Clara periodically checks for a specific employee all project resources that they have access to.

Is there a way to get that information in a heterogeneous ecosystem consisting of many supporting but disconnected tools?

Kustodian is Clara’s soulmate.

Managing project like a pro

Over time, new people join the team and they are granted specific roles in tools to do their work.

People also leave the team or get reassigned to other products, but their permissions are often left intact. Clara would like to have The Principle of Least Privilege enforced across the organization.

Is there a way to detect unnecessary permissions and prune them?

With Kustodian you can set numerous conditions which will alarm updating the permissions.

Interested in testing Kustodian beta release?

Leave us your contact and we will let you know when Kustodian beta release is ready for a test drive.
If you just have a question feel free to reach us.