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Integrating AWS Secrets Manager into a CentOS Workflow

CentOS is a stable and secure Linux OS popular with developers and businesses. strongDM manages access to CentOS and other technical infrastructure and uses third-party tools like AWS Secrets Manager to safely handle sensitive credentials such as passwords, tokens, and API keys.

AWS Secrets Manager is an Amazon service that securely stores, rotates and retrieves database credentials, OAuth tokens, API keys and other secrets throughout their lifecycle. It has built-in integration for Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon DocumentDB. The strongDM proxy fetches credentials from AWS Secrets Manager, reinforcing the safe handling of those secrets. CentOS is a Linux-based operating system derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux that offers strong community support and aims to be stable, predictable and easy to manage. With strongDM, CentOS users can monitor and control access to servers from a centralized entry point.

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To get started using AWS Secrets Manager to manage secrets for CentOS, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Configure AWS Secrets Manager as a Secret Store linked below.

To get started using AWS Secrets Manager to manage secrets for CentOS, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Configure AWS Secrets Manager as a Secret Store linked below.

To set up one-click access to AWS Secrets Manager and start integrating it into your CentOS workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Configure AWS Secrets Manager as a Secret Store linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with AWS Secrets Manager from CentOS, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Configure AWS Secrets Manager as a Secret Store linked below. 

To get started connecting AWS Secrets Manager and CentOS, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Configure AWS Secrets Manager as a Secret Store linked below. 

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The strongDM proxy fetches credentials from AWS Secrets Manager, reinforcing the safe handling of those secrets.

AWS Secrets Manager is an Amazon service that securely stores, rotates and retrieves database credentials, OAuth tokens, API keys and other secrets throughout their lifecycle. It has built-in integration for Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon DocumentDB.

CentOS

With strongDM, CentOS users can monitor and control access to servers from a centralized entry point.

CentOS is a Linux-based operating system derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux that offers strong community support and aims to be stable, predictable and easy to manage.

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