Secrets Management with Azure Key Vault
SnapLogic Secrets Management supports using secrets stored in Azure Key Vault in Snap accounts through the managed identity-based authentication.
- You need to set the
aliasparameter to the alias name of your secret object in the secrets-config.json file.
- Collect the Vault URI of your Azure Key Vault from its in the Azure Portal.
- Only dynamic account types, those with expression-enabled fields, work with a secrets manager. If the account type you need is not dynamic, contact your CSM.
- To pick up changes to the secret-config.json file, you must restart the Snaplex node by restarting the JCC service.
If a user has access to the secrets, the secrets can be viewed in REST Snap previews and in responses.
project_spacesetting to the secrets-config.json file when you configure your Groundplex.