I've meet the Tailscale guys a couple of times - really smart guys with a good tool. They don't have any device posture right now (as far as I am aware of). So if I used Tailscale that's the first thing I would do is use their device authorization API and pull policy data from Fleet to de-authorize (or automatically authorize) devices with proper posture. https://tailscale.com/kb/1099/device-authorization/
11/22/2022, 4:31 PM
that’s a very nice idea!
11/22/2022, 5:04 PM
Thank you @mikermcneil for posting. thats a good idea, utilizing the tailscale auth api to automatically join or drop devices from the network that meet a config criteria, hmm...I will give that a try!
11/22/2022, 6:01 PM
Love that idea!
12/02/2022, 10:53 PM
Any ideas on what would be the quickest way to establish a device posture for several EC2 instances I spin up as an example? I wanted to know what the simplest possible configuration I could test with - are there any preconfigured EC2 policies?