Usecases for Speedle

Application specific policies

Alex Chan is a developer who is implementing a simple application with golang. His application requires Authorization and he doesn’t want to re-invent the wheel. Alex can use an open source choice like Speedle for Authorization.

Centalized policy enforcement and management

Jin Chen is a security manager of multinational company. His team monitor dozens of internal systems. Different systems use different authorization mechanisms, different policy languages. They are eager to find a solution to manage all these systems efficiently.

  • Centralized policy management
  • Flexible policy model which fits for all the systems
  • Easy to integrate with different systems, from OS to middleware to applications
  • Scalable to support all the systems
  • Efficient

Single plane of glass for authorization across the fleet

TTH Inc. is a startup cloud company. They offer a cloud native environment to their customers. The environment consists of Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, and Istio. Security is top priority for TTH offerings. They define a comprehensive authorization model, create policies in Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Istio in different terminals and using different policy languages. Can we make their lives easier?

  • Centralized policy management
  • Unified authorization policy model for Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Istio
  • Scalable for cloud operation
  • Efficient
  • Easy to integrate with Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Istio
  • Open Source