Recorded sessions operations
Boundary provides auditing capabilities via session recording. In Boundary, a session represents a set of connections between a user and a host from a target. The session begins when an authorized user requests access to a target, and it ends when that access is terminated. When you enable session recording on a target, any user session that connects to the target is automatically recorded. An administrator can later view the recordings to investigate security issues, review system activity, or perform regular assessments of security policies and procedures.
Recorded sessions are stored in an external storage bucket that you create. Storing session recordings in a system external to Boundary means those recordings can be accessed, modified, deleted, and even restored independently of Boundary. You can view any sessions that Boundary recorded in your storage provider or via the CLI.
For more information about working with recorded sessions, refer to the following topics: