Service Identity Management for the Cloud Native Enterprise

Standardize, scale, and accelerate service authentication across cloud, container, and on-premise platforms

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The Service Authentication Challenge

As enterprises adopt cloud computing and containers, they end up working with additional, platform-specific identity providers. Authenticating applications or software services across platforms requires a tremendous effort and hinders cloud or container migration efforts and development velocity. They need a flexible yet consistent solution for authenticating services, regardless of which platform they run on.
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Scalable, Frictionless Authentication Across Any Platform

Scytale helps enterprise security and infrastructure engineering teams standardize, scale, and accelerate service authentication across cloud, container, and on-premise infrastructure.
  • aws
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud
  • Active Directory
  • Kubernetes

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About us

Scytale began in 2017 by bringing together a group of seasoned engineers who sought to standardize, scale, and accelerate how services straddling legacy datacenters and dynamic cloud-based infrastructure authenticate with each other. We believe our deep commitment to building and maintaining enterprise software and open source software that’s scalable, powerful, and usable drives our customers’ success and create a sizeable and lasting impact on the software world.

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Founded by seasoned engineers

  • aws
  • google
  • okta
  • pagerduty
  • duo

Backed by

  • Baid capital
  • Bessemer venture partners
  • Tech Operators Venture Capital
  • Work Bench
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