Most development projects rely on protected, external resources, such as databases, or rest services; and many times, for the sake of simplified testing, we add those credentials to our configuration files, which, if accidentally leaks to the wrong person, can become a painful and expensive issue. In this article, I will demonstrate how to avoid these issues in a Java, Maven development environment. Password leaks can be avoided by simply

Quick Steps Walkthrough This walk through is targeted for audiences who are new to Vault, or dev ops who just need an API to develop auto deployment scripts against. A production environment should be installed and operated by a Hashicorp Vault expert. Pull and Run Pull the docker image and run it in the foreground with exposed ports 8200 using the following command: docker pull vault docker run --cap-add=IPC_LOCK -p

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Without any kind of monitoring or alerting enabled, you may run into your /boot drive becoming full, and resulting in errors such as:

rsync -a —delete /empty/ /dir-to-delete/