1. AI Workflow Encryption Keys Storage in Azure Key Vault


    Azure Key Vault is a cloud service provided by Microsoft Azure for securely storing and managing sensitive information such as keys, secrets, and certificates. It provides a central repository and control point for managing your cryptographic keys and other secrets used by your cloud apps and services.

    Using Pulumi to create an Azure Key Vault involves several steps:

    1. Create a Resource Group: A resource group is a container that holds related resources for an Azure solution. The key vault, like other Azure resources, needs to be assigned to a resource group.

    2. Create an Azure Key Vault: We will create a vault which is where the keys and secrets will be stored.

    3. Setting Access Policies: Access policies are set on the vault to grant permissions to users, applications, or other Azure resources to perform operations like get, list, and write on keys and secrets.

    4. Create a Secret: For simplicity, we will also create a secret within the vault to illustrate how you can store sensitive data.

    5. Exporting Relevant Outputs: Outputs such as the Azure Key Vault URI will be exported to be used by applications or other resources.

    Below is the corresponding Pulumi program in Python that will create a Key Vault and a secret within it:

    import pulumi import pulumi_azure_native as azure_native # Initialize a resource group resource_group = azure_native.resources.ResourceGroup("resourceGroup") # Create an Azure Key Vault key_vault = azure_native.keyvault.Vault("keyVault", resource_group_name=resource_group.name, properties=azure_native.keyvault.VaultPropertiesArgs( tenant_id="your-tenant-id", # Replace with your tenant ID sku=azure_native.keyvault.SkuArgs( family="A", name=azure_native.keyvault.SkuName.standard, ), access_policies=[], # You would define your access policies here ), location=resource_group.location, ) # Create a secret in the Azure Key Vault secret = azure_native.keyvault.Secret("secret", resource_group_name=resource_group.name, vault_name=key_vault.name, properties=azure_native.keyvault.SecretPropertiesArgs( value="your-secret-value", # Replace with the value you want to store as a secret ) ) # Export the Azure Key Vault URI pulumi.export("key_vault_uri", key_vault.properties.apply(lambda props: props.vault_uri)) # Export the secret identifier pulumi.export("secret_id", secret.id)

    This program will establish the infrastructure necessary to store and manage encryption keys securely in Azure Key Vault. Make sure to replace "your-tenant-id" and "your-secret-value" with your actual Azure tenant ID and the value you want to store as a secret. Access policies are a crucial security feature, and you should add specifications as per your application's and users' permissions.

    The pulumi.export lines will output the Key Vault URI and the secret identifier that can then be used by your applications to access these resources.

    The above program assumes that you have already set up Pulumi and the Azure provider. The Pulumi CLI needs to be authenticated with Azure to create resources. Azure tenant ID, subscription ID, and other sensitive information should be handled securely and preferably through Pulumi's configuration system or environment variables.

    For more details on each of the resources being created, you can visit the official Pulumi documentation pages: