Linux Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Identity and access policy management — for both users and machines — is a core function for almost any enterprise environment. LIPA provides a way to create an identity domain that allows machines to enroll to a domain and immediately access identity information required for single sign-on and authentication services, as well as policy settings that govern authorization and access

LIPA is a way to create identity stores, centralized authentication, domain control for Kerberos and DNS services, and authorization policies — all on Linux systems, using native Linux tools.

Lightweight and performant agent based host monitoring .

Central Management of Users and Policy

Single Sign-ON

Central user management allows for for single sign-on to hosts ,services and your custom applications. Policy settings that govern authorization and access follow the user identities.

Host based intrustion and detection system

Detection and Response

Lipa detects malicious processes and user sessions and provides response capabilities that can be used to block a network attack, stop a malicious process or quarantine a malware infected file.

User Session Recording

Record User Activity

Lipa enables user sessions to be recorded and played back. Session recording can be used for auditing user sessions on security-sensitive systems or, in the event of a security breach, reviewing recorded sessions as part of forensic analysis.

SQL querying of logs directly from S3

Query Logs in SITU

There's no need to load the data, create and maintain schemas, or transform the data before it can be processed. The logs appear as tables so simply query the data directly in ANSI SQL.