AIO on GitHub: vault_get_secret tutorial

Sebastian Szilvas
December 21, 2020
AIO Tutorial

In today's tutorial, Sebastian shows you how to use vault_get_secret, the function we have released on our GitHub page last week. vault_get_secret helps you extract keys from the Azure key vault.

The key vault is based on three pillars: key management, secret management and certificate management. We mainly use it for the secret management, where we store tokens, passwords, API keys and so on. Since we need to access these, we wrote a function called vault_get_secret that helps us no longer store the secrets in our code, but rather access them through the function. This is a more secure way of working, and we have to worry less about who has access to the code.

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Sebastian Szilvas
Sebastian is an experienced Supply Chain Scientist, passionate about optimizing supply chains and driving impactful decisions with global data science teams. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in data-driven supply chain management at the University of Mannheim.


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