Inserting Secrets in Pipelines

JFrog Pipelines Documentation

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If your pipeline needs to access sensitive information such as passwords, tokens, or keys, you need a way to securely insert these secrets at runtime, without including them directly in your pipeline config. You also need a way to manage these secrets and update them without needing to update automation scripts.

In JFrog Pipelines, secrets are stored as properties in Integrations, where all of the integration's properties are stored in encrypted vault storage. Pipelines provides two ways to use integrations to insert secrets into your steps: