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Keep your secrets secure, by default

Keep your secrets secure, by default

An unauthorized user gaining access to your infrastructure can be catastrophic: data can be stolen or leaked, security holes can be exploited, and more. That risk makes it critical to keep the infrastructure secrets—the passwords, access tokens, keys, and so on—well-protected. This is particularly true in automated systems, like continuous integration and delivery and infrastructure-as-code systems.

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Managing AWS Credentials on CI/CD - Part 3

Managing AWS Credentials on CI/CD - Part 3

This article is the third part of a series on best practices for securely managing AWS credentials on CI/CD. In this article, we cover the last leg of the continuous delivery process to update your AWS resources and how to store sensitive data using Pulumi securely.

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Managing AWS Credentials on CI/CD - Part 2

Managing AWS Credentials on CI/CD - Part 2

This article is the second part of a series on best practices for securely managing AWS credentials on CI/CD. In this article, we go in-depth on providing AWS credentials securely to a 3rd party and introduce a Pulumi program to automate rotating access keys.

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