This blogpost is part 1/3 and I'll be showing how Hoop integrates seamless with major cloud platforms like Heroku, AWS and Kubernetes. Beginning from version 1.14.11+ we have shipped a new way of getting started with the agent setup on Heroku. Using our custom buildpack and editing
Explore how Hoop.dev, a leading privileged access management solution, effortlessly integrates into your engineering workflows, providing unprecedented data protection and advanced automations using AI. In this video, we dive into features like the SSO connector, which fortifies tools without SSO support, adding strong authentication to everything from databases to
We just published version 1.14.0 of hoop.dev with exciting news! A new homepage, with all your resources in your hand, a connection page, with all information and actions possible on that connection and massive user experience improvements. Use two seatbelts, you gonna need them! The new Homepage
We're improving hoop.dev constantly based on your feedback and now we bring a new and exciting update on our sessions flow experience. We've added the information about the review of a session integrated within it so you can see what approves are needed (and if it was rejected 👀). Be
We're improving the experience in our sessions so your workflow can be better. We just released version 1.12.17 with exciting news. It's possible to re-run a session from your history by simply going to the three dots options menu on the top right corner of the modal and
In this release (v1.11+) we're introducing time based sessions. It allows a user to request access to a connection during certain period. Let's try this out, first create a connection and configure the review plugin hoop admin create plugin review hoop admin create conn bash \ --plugin 'review:admin' \ --agent
Hey everyone, I'm Rogerio and I bring news 🧑🏻🎨 Sandro implemented the Slack plugin recently and you can see more about it in this release post, and now we can also manage this plugin on our Web App! Take a look at what it looks like: It's very simple, is it?