Secrets vaults are environments provided by third-party vendors which are central repositories for basic usernames and passwords, as well as tokens, SSH keys and certificates. These are referred to as secrets.
You can now store the bridge credentials such as user, password or private key on a cloud secret manager.
- Amazon AWS Secrets Manager
- Microsoft Azure Key Vault
- Google Secret Manager
Work with your experts in the specified secrets vaults to obtain both the connection credentials required in the Managing secrets vaults page and the URL or ID of the secret you will use for the import setup.
Defining the connection credentials in the Manage Secret Vaults page
You must define the connection credentials for the particular vaults you use.
You have been assigned a global role with the Application Administration capability.
- Go to .
- Enter the connection credentials to the specific secrets vault.
- Save your changes.
Defining the URL or ID of the secret in the import setup tab
- Open the Import setup tab of the model.
- Specify the appropriate URL or code under
- Azure: https://ssh-vault-05.vault.azure.net/secrets/SQLServer-01-Password/5cc96b24034346ca8bafcb8f78f80fd3
- AWS: arn:aws:secretsmanager:us-east-1:229009225270:secret:SQLServer-01-Password-OlTrWP
- Google: projects/351268939776/secrets/SQLServer-05-Password/versions/4