Authenticating to HashiCorp Vault in a VMware vSphere Environment

See how VMware vSphere can be used as a trusted platform for secret zero introduction in HashiCorp Vault.

VMware vSphere is one of the many platforms that HashiCorp Vault can designate to act as a trusted platform to simplify the secure introduction of secret zero for VMware vSphere workloads.

What You'll Learn

In this talk, you'll learn how VMware vSphere can be used in a manner similar to public clouds such as AWS and Azure to authenticate to HashiCorp Vault. You'll see a live demo walking through the integration, how to set it up, and ultimately fetch secret data from Vault.


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