By default a credential 'Vault' exists, to be able to access your credentials. This is both used by our API and potentially by your pipelines to securely fetch your secrets without exposing them. Please do not remove it.

Default view

The path is automatically generated based on your secret name and type, but if you desire to set a different one, please click on the grey lock next to it.

On top of that you can create couple credentials of 3 different types:

  1. AWS
  2. Git (SSH keys)
  3. Raw

AWS

These are used in various situations: fetching logs for the application, from cloudwatch, reading the billing status of your application, managing resources via terraform, etc.

The format is pretty simple, at it is composed of the access key and the secret key.

AWS

Git

The Git credentials are in fact SSH private keys, as they are mostly used to access git repositories storing either: pipeline/ansible/terraform configuration or your own application code.

The key has to be a valid SSH private key otherwise you will receive an error.

GIT

Raw

Raw credential type are basically any number of key/values that you want. That allows to store most type of credentials in the way that you would like: whether http authentication, database password, ansible-vault password, etc.

RAW