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Managing Application Secrets Like a Pro Using Google Secret Manager

Google Secret Manager — accessing secrets using spring boot

At the beginning of last year, I wrote an article titled How to secure and manage secrets using Google Cloud KMS, explaining how we can use Google Cloud KMS (Key Management System) to encrypt secrets and securely use it in our applications.

I mentioned it is a decent approach because of the lack of support for good secret management solutions within…

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