What is Confidant?
Confidant is a open source secret management service that provides user-friendly storage and access to secrets in a secure way, from the developers at Lyft.
Confidant is a tool in the Secrets Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Confidant?
Pros of Confidant
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- KMS Authentication
- At-rest encryption of versioned secrets
- A user-friendly web interface for managing secrets
Confidant Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Confidant?
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AWS Secrets Manager
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