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Use Rundeck's Key Storage to manage passwords and secrets
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Rundeck's Key Storage facility is often thought of as just a place to keep your ssh keys for connecting to remote nodes. In reality, the Key Storage is much more useful. Often you'll be creating jobs that need to use passwords, API tokens, or other secrets. Those are all things that can be managed by Rundeck's Key Storage.

In this short video, Alex Honor gives an introduction to using Rundeck's Key Storage for passwords and secrets.

Rundeck's Key Storage makes automation easier to create. It also allows you to tightly control who has access to your sensitive data while simultaneously allowing more people to have more access to the Rundeck job.

Rundeck Pro provides the added security of encrypting the Key Storage. Stay tuned for Rundeck Pro plugin development that allows you to integrate Rundeck's Key Storage with other secret store tools.



Damon Edwards

Damon Edwards

Damon Edwards is a co-founder of Rundeck, Inc. and cares a lot about improving IT operations and how enterprises operate.

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