Secrets Manager

Manage and protect your cloud infrastructure with zero-trust and zero-knowledge security.

Keeper Secrets Manager provides your DevOps, IT Security and software development teams with a fully cloud-based, Zero-Knowledge platform for managing all of your infrastructure secrets such as API keys, Database passwords, access keys, certificates and any type of confidential data.

See: Secrets Manager Documentation

Use Cases

Common use cases for Secrets Manager include:

  • Removing hard-coded credentials from source code

  • Replacing configuration file secrets

  • Pulling secrets into CI/CD systems like Jenkins, GitHub Actions and More

  • Protecting access to privileged passwords, API keys and other managed secrets.

  • Providing vault access to machines and applications

  • Powering automated password rotation for AD users, machines, databases and more.

To start using Keeper Secrets Manager, click on "Free Trial" from the Admin Console Subscriptions page.

After activation, you can turn on Secrets Manager within the role enforcement policies for particular users and roles at the company.

When users in the role login to the vault, a new "Secrets Manager" tab appears on the left. This is where your team can create and manage their applications.

Shared Folders in the Vault will have a 3rd tab next to Records and Users. This is where you can assign folders to Applications. Below, the "Development Secrets" folder can be accessed by the Jenkins build server, Azure DevOps and Glyptodon, among other apps.

Secrets Manager is pre-built with support for the most popular CI/CD tools such as Ansible, Docker, Github Actions, Kubernetes, Terraform and more.

Developer SDKs in all the most popular languages is also available.

With the launch of Keeper Connection Manager, secrets from the vault can be used to establish privileged sessions to target machines and databases.

To get started with Keeper Secrets Manager, follow our Quick Start Guide

See: Secrets Manager Quick Start Guide

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