A Taste of OpenZiti 

In this demo you will use an OpenZiti SDK to access a private instance of the swagger petstore API. This demo will cover:

  1. Initializing Context

2. Calling a Service

3. Reading a Response

Getting Started

Just choose your favorite programing language below, and paste the code into the terminal of your choice

What You Get by Adopting an OpenZiti SDK

Strong Identity

You need to be confident all entities on your network are who they claim to be, and tightly control access to your network

Completely Dark

No open ports! Your application should be “dark”, meaning no inbound ports to your applications and services are available for direct attack

Segmented Access

Access to services on your network needs to follow a “least privileged access” model, allowing access only to exactly what is needed to help mitigate against lateral attacks


Things change constantly.  An auth event that is valid at one point in time may not still be valid in the face of changing event

End-to-End Encryption

Only your application and endpoints should be able to access private data.


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What’s Next?

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