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teleport-ce (1) Versions 1.0.0

Installs Gravitational Teleport open source version

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cookbook 'teleport-ce', '~> 1.0.0'
cookbook 'teleport-ce', '~> 1.0.0', :supermarket
knife supermarket install teleport-ce
knife supermarket download teleport-ce
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Teleport CE Cookbook

Installs the Gravitational Teleport Community Edition (Open source version).

This cookbook has been built following the instructions from https://gravitational.com/teleport/docs/intro/.

This cookbook supports the non-commercial features: - Local connector with default otp 2FA - Labels - Session recording and sharing - SSH and Kubernetes tunneling

High Availablity not yet implemented, to be done.

Supported Platforms

  • Debian 8/9

If you want to add more platforms, feel free to open a PR!

Recipes

Downloaded archives of Teleport are from https://gravitational.com/teleport/download/.

teleport-ce::server

Installs the teleport binaries by downloading the -bin.tar.gz archive for your linux distribution and architecture.

Then it writes a /etc/teleport.yaml file using the attributes defined in attributes/teleport.rb and sets a static token (tokens attribute) used by nodes in order to join the cluster.

It also retrieves the CA pin of the server, which will be also used by the nodes in order to join the server, securing even more the connection.

It will also install a systemd unit to start teleport on node's restart, and start the service immediately.

Finally curl will be installed in order to wait for Teleport to start requesting its ping API.

teleport-ce::node

Installs the teleport binaries by downloading the -bin.tar.gz archive for your linux distribution and architecture.

Then it writes a /etc/teleport.yaml file using the static token, CA pin, and the attributes defined in attributes/teleport.rb.

It will also install a systemd unit to start teleport on node's restart, and start the service immediately, so that it will join the node having the teleport-ce::server recipe in its run_list.

Attributes

Please look at the attributes/teleport.rb file.

Usage

In order to use this cookbook:

  1. Add the cookbook to your chef repository.
  2. Add the teleport-ce::server recipe to the node that shall run the teleport daemon (only a single server supported yet).
  3. Add the teleport-ce::node recipe to the nodes that shall be a Teleport node
  4. Converge ! :)

Dependent cookbooks

apt >= 0.0.0

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Unreleased

1.0.0 (2019-11-12)

  • Initial release.

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