This large section describes how to configure Kestra Enterprise Edition.
The Enterprise Edition is a robust, enterprise-grade version of Kestra deployed to your private infrastructure. It offers security and governance features including multi-tenancy, authentication, SSO, RBAC, namespace-level management, distributed worker groups, worker isolation, secrets manager integrations, audit logs, and more.
This section describes those features in detail and explains how to configure them.
Enterprise Edition (EE)
Learn about the Enterprise Edition and how it can help you run Kestra securely and reliably at scale.
The Setup Page will guide you through the initial configuration of your instance.
This page explains how you can enable multi-tenancy in your Kestra instance.
Configure the authentication for your Kestra instance.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Learn how you can enable SSO in your Kestra Enterprise instance.
Explore how you can use Audit Logs to govern activities in your Kestra instance.
This page shows how you can govern secrets, variables and task defaults on a namespace level.
This page describes how you can manage API tokens in Kestra.
Kestra EE API
This page describes how you can interact with Kestra Enterprise Edition using the API.
Kestra EE CLI
This page describes how you can interact with Kestra Enterprise Edition using the CLI.
This page describes how to create and manage Custom Blueprints.
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
This page describes how to manage access and permissions to your instance.
Kestra integrates with various secret managers to provide secure storage and handling of sensitive data.
This page describes how you can create and manage Service Accounts in Kestra Enterprise Edition.
Worker Group is a set of workers that can be targeted specifically for a task execution or a polling trigger evaluation.
Learn how to configure worker isolation in Kestra.