Akeyless nets $65m as it helps protect company secrets

Akeyless nets $65m as it helps protect company secrets

Akeyless, which claims to be fighting secret sprawl in DevOps and hybrid cloud environments, has raised $65m in its Series B funding round.

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Storing secrets CORRECTLY in .NET using AWS Secrets Manager

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Hello everybody I’m Nick and in this video I will show you how you can work with secrets in .NET correctly and securely using AWS Secrets Manager. Secrets Manager has a lot of features that make working with it extremely easy and we are also going to use a third party package that makes the process even easier.

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Intro – 0:00
How configuration in .NET works – 0:39
Working with AWS Secrets Manager – 6:38
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